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non port: lang/python27/files/patch-issue21166

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Mon, 22 Dec 2014
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lang/python27: Update to 2.7.9

The FreeBSD Python team welcomes Python 2.7.9 to the Ports tree!


Important changes for this release:
- The entirety of Python 3.4's ssl module has been backported for Python
  2.7.9. See PEP 466 for justification.
- HTTPS certificate validation using the system's certificate store is
  now enabled by default. See PEP 476 for details.
- SSLv3 has been disabled by default in httplib and its reverse
  dependencies due to the POODLE attack.
- The ensurepip module module has been backported, which provides the
  pip package manager in every Python 2.7 installation. See PEP 477.

- While updating, try to improve the NIS detection for FreeBSD

PR:		193650
Differential Revision:
Reviewed by:	koobs
With hat:	python
Sat, 23 Aug 2014
[ 03:53 koobs ] Original commit   Revision:365708
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365708 lang/python33/files/patch-issue21166
365708 lang/python34/files/patch-issue21166
lang/python{27,33,34}: Backport fix for upstream Issue #21166

Backport fix for upstream Issue #21166:

Prevent possible segfaults and other random failures of python
--generate-posix-vars in pybuilddir.txt build target by ensuring
that pybuilddir.txt is always regenerated when configure is run and
that the newly built skeleton python does not inadvertently import
modules from previously installed instances. [1]

This changeset has been committed for release in 2.7.9, 3.4.2, and 3.5.0.

A HUGE thank you to Ned Deily from the Python Core Development Team
for helping to identify the underlying cause, produce a fix and
wonderfully document the explanation.


Number of commits found: 2

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