This commit enables ETW events to be fired on Windows for existing DTrace probes. ETW instrumentation is enabled by default. It is possible to build node.exe without ETW instrumentation by using --without-etw option with configure script.
The current WiX project files do some manual processing and generation which WiX supports doing out of the box. This patch will use the HeatDirectory task to generate the npm.wxs file and use the auto GUID generation. I also changed the msi filename generation to include the version number to match the currently used name for released msi files. Closes #3360
* Update nodemsi.sln and .wixproj to include support for x64 platform - Add ProgramFilesFolderId to the DefineConstants property for each configuration/platform's property group with the appropriate value (ProgramFilesFolder for x86 builds, ProgramFiles64Folder for x64 builds) * Update product.wxs: - update the Id value for the "Program Files" Directory element to use a preprocessor constant. - remove hard-coded platform from the Package element. MSI platform will be automatically detected based on MSBuild's Platform property. (This was already supported in the Wix MSBuild targets, we just weren't taking advantage of it.) * Update vcbuild.bat to set MSBuild's Platform property appropriately, defaulting to x86 if not explicitly supplied by the user. Note that creating an x64 build requires that vcbuild.bat be run from a VS 64-bit command prompt. Closes #3312 Closes #3356
So that a 'config.gypi' file gets generated, which is required for the `process.config` object (see #2928).
Conflicts: AUTHORS ChangeLog Makefile doc/about/index.html doc/api/tls.markdown doc/community/index.html doc/index.html doc/logos/index.html doc/template.html lib/http.js lib/tls.js src/node_version.h src/platform_win32.cc test/simple/test-tls-connect-given-socket.js