Manual Reference Pages - NET::HTTPS (3)
Net::HTTPS - Low-level HTTP over SSL/TLS connection (client)
The Net::HTTPS is a low-level HTTP over SSL/TLS client. The interface is the same
as the interface for Net::HTTP, but the constructor method take additional parameters
as accepted by IO::Socket::SSL. The Net::HTTPS object isa IO::Socket::SSL
too, which make it inherit additional methods from that base class.
For historical reasons this module also supports using Net::SSL (from the
Crypt-SSLeay distribution) as its SSL driver and base class. This base is
automatically selected if available and IO::Socket::SSL isnt. You might
also force which implementation to use by setting $Net::HTTPS::SSL_SOCKET_CLASS
before loading this module. If not set this variable is initialized from the
PERL_NET_HTTPS_SSL_SOCKET_CLASS environment variable.
You might set the PERL_NET_HTTPS_SSL_SOCKET_CLASS environment variable to the name
of the base SSL implementation (and Net::HTTPS base class) to use. The default
is IO::Socket::SSL. Currently the only other supported value is Net::SSL.
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