* V8: Upgrade to 220.127.116.11 * crypto: Default to buffers instead of binary strings (isaacs, Fedor Indutny) * crypto: add getHashes() and getCiphers() (Ben Noordhuis) * unix: add custom thread pool, remove libeio (Ben Noordhuis) * util: make `inspect()` accept an "options" argument (Nathan Rajlich) * https: fix renegotation attack protection (Ben Noordhuis) * cluster: make 'listening' handler see actual port (Aaditya Bhatia) * windows: use USERPROFILE to get the user's home dir (Bert Belder) * path: add platform specific path delimiter (Paul Serby) * http: add response.headersSent property (Pavel Lang) * child_process: make .fork()'d child auto-exit (Ben Noordhuis) * events: add 'removeListener' event (Ben Noordhuis) * string_decoder: Add 'end' method, do base64 properly (isaacs) * buffer: include encoding value in exception when invalid (Ricky Ng-Adam) * http: make http.ServerResponse no longer emit 'end' (isaacs) * streams: fix pipe is destructed by 'end' from destination (koichik)
This is a flag to make it easier for users to upgrade through the breaking crypto change, and easier for us to switch it back if it's a problem. Explicitly set default encoding to 'buffer' in other tests, in case it ever changes back.
crypto: Hash and Hmac default to buffers crypto: Move Cipher encoding logic to JS crypto: Move Cipheriv encoding logic to JS crypto: Move Decipher encoding logic to JS crypto: Move Decipheriv into JS, default to buffers crypto: Move Sign class to JS crypto: Better encoding handling in Hash.update crypto: Move Verify class to JS crypto: Move DiffieHellman to JS, default to buffers crypto: Move DiffieHellmanGroup to JS, default to buffers Also, create a test for this feature
`timezone` variable contains the difference, in seconds, between UTC and local standard time (see `man 3 localtime` on Solaris). Call to `tzset` is required to apply contents of `TZ` variable to `timezone` variable. BUG=v8:2064 Review URL: https://chromiumcodereview.appspot.com/10967066 Patch from Maciej Małecki <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This is a back-port of upstream commit r12802.
Previously, the "global" mode of REPLs was broken when created after another non-global REPL (they would end up sharing the same context). Now that "global" mode is fixed for that case (b1e78ce), this test case gets its global scope modified with "module" and other REPL-specific properties, so disable the global check.