Commit 8934762b authored by Robert Pluim's avatar Robert Pluim

Default network-stream-use-client-certificates to nil

* lisp/net/network-stream.el (network-stream-use-client-certificates):
Default to nil.
(open-network-stream): Adapt description to new default of
network-stream-use-client-certificates.

* etc/NEWS: network-stream-use-client-certificates defaults to nil
now.

* doc/lispref/processes.texi (Network): Flip
network-stream-use-client-certificates description.

* doc/misc/auth.texi (Help for users): Mention
network-stream-use-client-certificates.
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......@@ -2521,11 +2521,11 @@ expect the network traffic to be encrypted.
Either a list of the form @code{(@var{key-file} @var{cert-file})},
naming the certificate key file and certificate file itself, or
@code{t}, meaning to query @code{auth-source} for this information
(@pxref{Help for users,,auth-source, auth, Emacs auth-source Library}).
Only used for @acronym{TLS} or @acronym{STARTTLS}. If
@code{:client-certificate} is not specified, behave as if it were t,
customize @code{network-stream-use-client-certificates} to change
this.
(@pxref{Help for users,,auth-source, auth, Emacs auth-source
Library}). Only used for @acronym{TLS} or @acronym{STARTTLS}. To
enable automatic queries of @code{auth-source} when
@code{:client-certificate} is not specified customize
@code{network-stream-use-client-certificates} to t.
@item :return-list @var{cons-or-nil}
The return value of this function. If omitted or @code{nil}, return a
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......@@ -92,6 +92,7 @@ backends and you can write your own if you want.
@chapter Help for users
``Netrc'' files are a de facto standard. They look like this:
@example
machine @var{mymachine} login @var{myloginname} password @var{mypassword} port @var{myport}
@end example
......@@ -108,12 +109,16 @@ The @code{user} is the user name. It's known as @var{:user} in
You can also use this file to specify client certificates to use when
setting up TLS connections. The format is:
@example
machine @var{mymachine} port @var{myport} key @var{key} cert @var{cert}
@end example
@var{key} and @var{cert} are filenames containing the key and
certificate to use respectively.
certificate to use respectively. In order to make network connections
use them automatically, either pass @code{:client-certificate t} to
@code{open-network-stream}, or customize
@code{network-stream-use-client-certificates} to @code{t}.
You can use spaces inside a password or other token by surrounding the
token with either single or double quotes.
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......@@ -341,7 +341,8 @@ certificates via 'auth-source'.
** New user option 'network-stream-use-client-certificates'.
When non-nil, 'open-network-stream' performs lookups of client
certificates using 'auth-source' as if ':client-certificate t' were
specified. Defaults to t.
specified iff there is no explicit ':client-certificate' parameter.
Defaults to nil.
+++
** New function 'fill-polish-nobreak-p', to be used in 'fill-nobreak-predicate'.
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......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
(defvar starttls-gnutls-program)
(defvar starttls-program)
(defcustom network-stream-use-client-certificates t
(defcustom network-stream-use-client-certificates nil
"Whether to use client certificates for network connections.
When non-nil, `open-network-stream' will automatically look for
......@@ -144,12 +144,12 @@ values:
:client-certificate should either be a list where the first
element is the certificate key file name, and the second
element is the certificate file name itself, or t, which
means that `auth-source' will be queried for the key and the
element is the certificate file name itself, or t, which means
that `auth-source' will be queried for the key and the
certificate. This parameter will only be used when doing TLS
or STARTTLS connections. If :client-certificate is not
specified, behave as if it were t, customize
`network-stream-use-client-certificates' to change this.
or STARTTLS connections. To enable automatic queries of
`auth-source' when `:client-certificate' is not specified
customize `network-stream-use-client-certificates' to t.
:use-starttls-if-possible is a boolean that says to do opportunistic
STARTTLS upgrades even if Emacs doesn't have built-in TLS functionality.
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