Sequel mysql/SSL patch

Very quick and dirty patch to enable SSL connections
with mysql when only the cipher is specified. Verified
to work using tcpdump.

I’d do the same for mysql2, but there’s more going on
there under the hood it seems, but it’d be nice to have
the same functionality in both.

Jim H.
IT Security Engineer
UF Information Technology
Office of Information Security and Compliance


diff -ur sequel-3.45.0.orig/lib/sequel/adapters/mysql.rb
sequel-3.45.0/lib/sequel/adapters/mysql.rb
— sequel-3.45.0.orig/lib/sequel/adapters/mysql.rb 2013-03-01
20:24:52.000000000 -0500
+++ sequel-3.45.0/lib/sequel/adapters/mysql.rb 2013-03-01
20:31:27.148441555 -0500
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@
conn = Mysql.init
conn.options(Mysql::READ_DEFAULT_GROUP,
opts[:config_default_group] || “client”)
conn.options(Mysql::OPT_LOCAL_INFILE,
opts[:config_local_infile]) if opts.has_key?(:config_local_infile)

  •    conn.ssl_set(opts[:sslkey], opts[:sslcert], opts[:sslca], 
    

opts[:sslcapath], opts[:sslcipher]) if opts[:sslca] || opts[:sslkey]

  •    conn.ssl_set(opts[:sslkey], opts[:sslcert], opts[:sslca], 
    

opts[:sslcapath], opts[:sslcipher]) if opts[:sslca] || opts[:sslkey] ||
opts[:sslcipher]
if encoding = opts[:encoding] || opts[:charset]
# Set encoding before connecting so that the mysql driver
knows what
# encoding we want to use, but this can be overridden by
READ_DEFAULT_GROUP.

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