What port to use for python / https?

Frank Shute frank at shute.org.uk
Sat Nov 28 18:27:03 UTC 2009

On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 08:49:57PM +0900, Ben Bullock wrote:
> I am trying to install Mercurial on FreeBSD in order to install Go
> (programming language). I am running into a problem with Mercurial
> which looks like this:
> $ hg pull
> abort: could not import module thread!
> Exception AttributeError: "'httpsrepository' object has no attribute
> 'urlopener'" in <bound method httpsrepository.__del__ of
> <mercurial.httprepo.httpsrepository object at 0x2857882c>> ignored
> Googling turns up very little except the following:
> http://www.idimmu.net/2009/11/11/Python-support-for-SSL-and-HTTPS-is-not-installed
> According to this, "the answer is to install the python socket ssl
> library from ports". However, this is for Apple Mac. I am trying to
> find the relevant port for FreeBSD without success. Can anyone point
> me in the right direction?

security/py-openssl maybe?

Disclaimer: I don't use mercurial.




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