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fix: don't export private V8 symbols that can cause native node modules to crash #18621

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Backport of #18281

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Notes: Removed incorrectly published internal V8 symbols and CRT methods from node.lib, causing heap corruptions with node modules using the dynamic CRT on Windows.

@miniak miniak requested a review from electron/wg-releases Jun 4, 2019

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@ckerr ckerr merged commit 49dc154 into 4-2-x Jun 4, 2019

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Removed incorrectly published internal V8 symbols and CRT methods from node.lib, causing heap corruptions with node modules using the dynamic CRT on Windows.

@ckerr ckerr deleted the miniak/backport-v8-private-symbols-4-2-x branch Jun 4, 2019

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