Split from #2424: SSL wrapping is more difficult because it takes so many arguments, and we're not currently storing them but taking them from the config object directly. So they would need to be copied as attributes in the server object so we can re-use them later.
Client side done in r25186 + r25190 + r25191.
xpra attach "ssl://localhost:10000/?ssl-server-verify-mode=none&ssl-protocol=SSLv23"
Done in r25197.
Examples for server side:
xpra start --start=xterm --bind-tcp=0.0.0.0:10000,ssl-cert=./ssl-cert.pem,ssl-protocol=SSLv23 --bind-ssl=0.0.0.0:10001,ssl=cert=./ssl-cert2.pem
ie: each socket will use a different cert.
All the usual ssl options can be specified individually for each socket.
--ssl-XYZ command line options are still valid and are used as default values.
For ssh, see #2583
Better syntax proposal in #2794
See also r27656.
this ticket has been moved to: https://github.com/Xpra-org/xpra/issues/2460