|author||Dirkjan Bussink <email@example.com>||Sun Apr 12 11:29:09 2020 +0000|
|committer||Daniel Stenberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Apr 13 00:06:02 2020 +0200|
gnutls: ensure TLS 1.3 when SRP isn't requested When SRP is requested in the priority string, GnuTLS will disable support for TLS 1.3. Before this change, curl would always add +SRP to the priority list, effectively always disabling TLS 1.3 support. With this change, +SRP is only added to the priority list when SRP authentication is also requested. This also allows updating the error handling here to not have to retry without SRP. This is because SRP is only added when requested and in that case a retry is not needed. Closes #5223
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