Version 0.2.0 of the Let’s Encrypt client has just been uploaded to PyPI.
New features in this release include:
- Apache plugin support for non-Debian based systems. Support has been
added for modern Red Hat based systems such as Fedora 23, Red Hat 7,
and CentOS 7 running Apache 2.4. In theory, this plugin should be
able to be configured to run on any Unix-like OS running Apache 2.4.
- Relaxed PyOpenSSL version requirements. This adds support for systems
with PyOpenSSL versions 0.13 or 0.14.
- Resolves issues with the Apache plugin enabling an HTTP to HTTPS
redirect on some systems.
- Improved error messages from the client.
In addition to these changes, there were many other small bug fixes and
enhancements. For a more complete list of changes, see:
To see the issues we will be working on for our next release, see: