[erlang-questions] Patch package OTP 18.3.2 released

Ingela Andin ingela.andin@REDACTED
Wed Apr 27 17:45:06 CEST 2016


We promise to be backwards compatible, not bug compatible. As a workaround
you may use the openSSL string names for cipher suites this should work for
all versions.
I think that the tuple format has turned out to be a nuisance for more than
one reason, and we may deprecate it in favour of for instance maps in the

Regards Ingela Erlang/OTP Team - Ericsson AB

2016-04-27 16:43 GMT+02:00 Fred Hebert <mononcqc@REDACTED>:

> On 04/27, Henrik Nord X wrote:
>> --- Fixed Bugs and Malfunctions ---
>>  OTP-13511    Application(s): ssl
>>               Corrections to cipher suite handling using the 3 and 4
>>               tuple format in addition to commit
>>               89d7e21cf4ae988c57c8ef047bfe85127875c70c
> Well that is tricky now since it appears there is no longer any fix that
> allows to support all versions at once with a single configuration.
> I could get a config going in pre 18.3 by submitting 3-tuples. I could get
> 18.3 to work by using all tuples, looking for what was supported, and
> submitting the 3-tuple version no matter what.
> In 18.3.2, I *must* submit the 4-tuple version in this case, which can
> work, but I still get some odd failures, specifically around
> {rsa,aes_256_gcm,null,sha384} which still does not work with the new format:
>    37> lists:member({rsa,aes_256_gcm,null,sha384},ssl:cipher_suites()).
>    true
>    38> ssl_cipher:suite({rsa,aes_256_gcm,null,sha384}).
>    ** exception error: no function clause matching
> ssl_cipher:suite({rsa,aes_256_gcm,null,sha384}) (ssl_cipher.erl, line
> 754)
>    39> ssl_cipher:suite({rsa,aes_256_gcm,null}).
>    <<0,157>>
> So this suite is supported, but cannot be checked there in a specific
> manner and requires a special case because it still only works with the
> 3-tuple as input -- and there may be more of these.
> It seems like the patch is not properly covering all cases?
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