Node v0.4.7

2011.04.22, Version 0.4.7 (stable)

  • Don’t emit error on ECONNRESET from read() #670
  • Fix: Multiple pipes to the same stream were broken #929 (Felix Geisendörfer)
  • URL parsing/formatting corrections #954 (isaacs)
  • make it possible to do repl.start(”, stream) (Wade Simmons)
  • Add os.loadavg for SunOS (Robert Mustacchi)
  • Fix timeouts with floating point numbers #897 (Jorge Chamorro Bieling)
  • Improve docs.

Download: http://nodejs.org/dist/node-v0.4.7.tar.gz

Website: http://nodejs.org/docs/v0.4.7/

Documentation: http://nodejs.org/docs/v0.4.7/api

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3 Responses to Node v0.4.7

  1. Someone says:

    Will node.js support native gzip?

  2. Someone says:

    Will node.js support native gzip?

    The community libraries aren’t that great.

  3. karmaal2010 says:

    Hello,

    Does the node.js project have any EC2 AMIs? That would be the ultimate in convenience! It would also allow the community to experiment and determine how well node.js’s unique single-thread, no-blocking, event-driven strategy performs at scale.

    Personally, I’m most excited about the chance to use the JavaScript Google Data API on the server side! I am also interested in streaming AIS, ACARS and APRS data with the keep-alive TCP connections that are so incredibly easy to implement in node.js. I am a ham, and a ship spotter and plane spotter. To me, node.js is a fantastic way to stream vessel data and integrate it with a Google Docs database, all in JavaScript.

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