To install pyOpenSSL:
$ pip install pyopenssl
If you are installing in order to develop on pyOpenSSL, move to the root directory of a pyOpenSSL checkout, and run:
$ pip install -e .
As of 0.14, pyOpenSSL is a pure-Python project. That means that if you encounter any kind of compiler errors, pyOpenSSL’s bugtracker is the wrong place to report them because we cannot help you.
Please take the time to read the errors and report them/ask help from the appropriate project. The most likely culprit being cryptography that contains OpenSSL’s library bindings.
Supported OpenSSL Versions¶
pyOpenSSL supports the same platforms and releases as the upstream cryptography project does. Currently that means:
If you need support for older releases, the following pinned versions will work:
- OpenSSL 0.9.8:
- OpenSSL 1.0.0:
You can always find out the versions of pyOpenSSL, cryptography, and the linked OpenSSL by running
python -m OpenSSL.debug.
The documentation is written in reStructuredText and built using Sphinx:
$ cd doc $ make html