In lib/http.js, there is a implementation for HTTP code 418 (which is "I'm a teapot"), is this frivolous, or does it have any particular meaning to it?
It is a valid HTTP status code, from an April 1 RFC:
Does it mean anything in particular?
That the server is not a coffee machine. (No joke, there are coffee machines with a web interface).
wow. that's pretty amazing. Its even more amazing someone who was writing that actually thought of it.
add test for #2365
Fix #2365 zlib crashing on invalid input
Fix zlib crashes on error due to improper use of removeListener
in the error handler
2012.01.26, Version 0.6.9 (stable)
* dgram: Bring back missing functionality for Unix (Dan VerWeire, Roman Shtylman, Ben Noordnuis)
- Note: Windows UDP support not yet complete.
* http: Fix parser memory leak (koichik)
* zlib: Fix #2365 crashes on invalid input (Nicolas LaCasse)
* module: fix --debug-brk on symlinked scripts (Fedor Indutny)
* Documentation Restyling (Matthew Fitzsimmons)
* Update npm to 1.1.0-3 (isaacs)
* Windows: fix regression in stat() calls to C:\ (Bert Belder)
2012.01.27, Version 0.6.9 (stable)