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blog: Show category in post metadata
stdin.pipe: Replace forgotten opts member
blog: Missing title tag
blog: Minor tweaks to style and some data conversion cleanup
authors: update email address
Merge branch 'blog'
Generate static HTML blog content out of markdown
Initial blog source
Exported from WP and cleaned up a bit.
Merge branch 'stdin-resume-pipe'
Fix #3503: stdin: resume() on pipe(dest)
crypto: fix error reporting in SetKey()
test: add deprecation fixture
Apply --no-deprecation to C++ warnings as well
Add --no-deprecation and --trace-deprecation flags
http: Hush 'MUST NOT have a body' warnings to debug()
Fix bug in io benchmark
iowatcher: add deprecation warning
doc: update fs.watchFile() docs
fs: make fs.watchFile() interval default to 5007
fs: make fs.watchFile() work on windows
test: add another fs.watchFile() test
node: replace NODE_STAT_STRUCT with uv_statbuf_t
uv: upgrade to da59427
Use parent SlowBuffer, if any, when Buffer is sliced
v8: fix postmortem debugging tools build
v8: reapply floating patches
v8: upgrade to v184.108.40.206
Rename GYP variable node_use_system_openssl to be consistent
There is no need for fs.readFile() to be using pread rather than read.
The default semantics of read() are such that subsequent reads are where
we want them anyway.
uv: upgrade to 6e8eb332
Now working on 0.8.0
Merge branch 'v0.7.12-release'
test-domain: fix the test to work on Windows
On Windows, full pathnames are stored in the Error object when
a file i/o error happens. This is not the case on Unix. Before
this fix the test would break because of these full paths.
test-cluster-worker-kill: use SIGKILL instead of SIGHUP
In this test sending SIGKILL has the same effect as sending SIGHUP,
but SIGKILL has the advantage that it works on Windows too.