Node v0.6.3

2011.11.25, Version 0.6.3 (stable)

  • #2083 Land NPM in Node. It is included in packages/installers and installed on `make install`.
  • #2076 Add logos to windows installer.
  • #1711 Correctly handle http requests without headers. (Ben Noordhuis, Felix Geisendörfer)
  • TLS: expose more openssl SSL context options and constants. (Ben Noordhuis)
  • #2177 Windows: don’t kill UDP socket when a packet fails to reach its destination. (Bert Belder)
  • Windows: support paths longer than 260 characters. (Igor Zinkovsky)
  • Windows: correctly resolve drive-relative paths. (Bert Belder)
  • #2166 Don’t leave file descriptor open after lchmod. (Isaac Schlueter)
  • #2084 Add OS X .pkg build script to make file.
  • #2160 Documentation improvements. (Ben Noordhuis)

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Windows Installer:

Macintosh Installer:



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8 Responses to Node v0.6.3

  1. raul says:

    I think you left npm/man files.

    See npm help

  2. Hello71 says:

    > installed on `make install`.

    I thought that was broken.

  3. cacca says:

    a windows 64bit version ?

  4. Ryan says:

    +1 for bundling npm

  5. Ben Atkin says:

    Ooh, npm bundled now! That’ll shave a few lines off my build scripts!

  6. Viet says:

    This is awesome! Another release within 7 days. Thanks for npm bundling.

  7. Aaron Fay says:

    Stoked, thanks for your hard work !

  8. JoeZ99 says:

    The sockets now does not have the “fd” attribute, which some guys used for uniquely identifying them.
    However, the docs still talk about it

    is there any way of uniquely identifying a socket??


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