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    ssl: don't care whether EOF is ragged or not · d98205d0
    Julien Muchembled authored
    The purpose of suppress_ragged_eofs=False was to micro-optimize the
    normal case: when there's no EOF.
    
    But commit 061cd5d8 showed that this
    option only turns ragged EOF into an exception. It may be easier for
    alternate NEO implementations to close the SSL connection properly. Or
    the performance benefit was not worth the risk to freeze a NEO process.
    d98205d0
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