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)

Source Code: http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.6.3/node-v0.6.3.tar.gz

Windows Installer: http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.6.3/node-v0.6.3.msi

Macintosh Installer: http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.6.3/node-v0.6.3.pkg

Website: http://nodejs.org/docs/v0.6.3/

Documentation: http://nodejs.org/docs/v0.6.3/api/

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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.

    https://github.com/joyent/node/issues/2124

  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 http://nodejs.org/docs/v0.6.3/api/net.html#new_net.Socket

    is there any way of uniquely identifying a socket??

    txs!!

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