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hazmatsuggests to me that we wouldn’t expect most users to be using these functions directly.
I thought I saw mention of an RFC.
It was me mentioning TLS client auth probably, which is a way for server to authenticate a client (as opposed to client verifying connection to server by checking the certificate chain).
I don't think it's very widely adopted, but I saw some demand of supporting this. But is can be done by feeding appropriate SSL Context to adapter, I think. I'm trying to collect/track TLS-related stuff @ cherrypy/cheroot#95 now.