GitHub user phrocker opened a pull request:

    Minificpp 424

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    This closes #279
commit 95ce5dd24963229f9bbfe4e1736331b9c01ce18a
Author: Marc Parisi <phrocker@...>
Date:   2018-03-12T20:55:39Z

    MINIFICPP-424: Manually specify CAFile so users do not need to update the 
cert bundle on their local machine
    Set path and CAfile to NULL to avoid using them

commit a80aa194807733d68070f71131dedb3958ed4abd
Author: Marc Parisi <phrocker@...>
Date:   2018-03-13T18:26:43Z

    MINIFICPP-424: Update readme



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