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process: add multipleResolves event #22218

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This adds the resolveSwallowed multipleResolves event to track promises that resolve
more than once or that reject after resolving.

It is important to expose this to the user to make sure the
application runs as expected. Without such warnings it would be very
hard to debug these situations.

A single warning is triggered when such an error is triggered for the
first time during runtime without any active listeners.

This is an alternative to #21857.

Fixes: nodejs/promises-debugging#8

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please stop adding annoying promise warnings...

also i wouldn't consider this an alternative to my pr

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only happens once now seems fine i guess...

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@devsnek ... the entire point behind process warnings is to be annoying. They are a not so subtle nudge away from less than ideal behavior. Avoiding the warnings here is a simple matter of either (a) fixing the code in question or (b) explicitly handling the events. In this particular case, being a bit noisy about bad code practices would definitely seem to make a lot of sense.

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@devsnek ... the entire point behind process warnings is to be annoying. They are a not so subtle nudge away from less than ideal behavior. Avoiding the warnings here is a simple matter of either (a) fixing the code in question or (b) explicitly handling the events. In this particular case, being a bit noisy about bad code practices would definitely seem to make a lot of sense.

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@jasnell its not really node's job to tell me if my code is good or bad though. seeing this once is enough imo, as it reminds you and then won't get in the way of any other possibly more critical output.

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devsnek commented Aug 9, 2018

@jasnell its not really node's job to tell me if my code is good or bad though. seeing this once is enough imo, as it reminds you and then won't get in the way of any other possibly more critical output.

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I have to agree with @devsnek, if users write spec-compliant JS code that worked up until now, then Node.js should not warn about that. Using the fact that Promises resolve only once has become a common pattern, and it’s simply not our job to tell users how to write their code.

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addaleax commented Aug 9, 2018

I have to agree with @devsnek, if users write spec-compliant JS code that worked up until now, then Node.js should not warn about that. Using the fact that Promises resolve only once has become a common pattern, and it’s simply not our job to tell users how to write their code.

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The warning should be opt-in.

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I'd prefer to be extremely cautious about adding events like this, but I'm not blocking on it.

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I'm generally fine with this or @devsnek's approach with the promise hook API, and I'm happy to sign off on both, but we should attempt to either reconcile the two or decide on a single approach because it likely does not make sense to land both.

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I'm generally fine with this or @devsnek's approach with the promise hook API, and I'm happy to sign off on both, but we should attempt to either reconcile the two or decide on a single approach because it likely does not make sense to land both.

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The warning should be opt-in.

If it's not emitted by default, we simply should not have it at all, even as opt in.

And, to be clear, I was not arguing in favor of this specific warning, but commenting generally on process warnings as a whole... specifically, they are intentionally annoying. I'm not convinced that we should have them in this specific case but that's a different question.

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The warning should be opt-in.

If it's not emitted by default, we simply should not have it at all, even as opt in.

And, to be clear, I was not arguing in favor of this specific warning, but commenting generally on process warnings as a whole... specifically, they are intentionally annoying. I'm not convinced that we should have them in this specific case but that's a different question.

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If it's not emitted by default, we simply should not have it at all, even as opt in.

We have lots such useful features - like --trace-sync-io which are not on by default but are helpful when a user needs help troubleshooting. I believe this is one such case.

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If it's not emitted by default, we simply should not have it at all, even as opt in.

We have lots such useful features - like --trace-sync-io which are not on by default but are helpful when a user needs help troubleshooting. I believe this is one such case.

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Yes, but those are not easily hooked into by user code. If someone needs to troubleshoot this, then they can just as easily attach a handler to the events to detect as they can use a command line switch. I dunno, it's not something that I feel strongly enough about to block one way or the other on.

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Yes, but those are not easily hooked into by user code. If someone needs to troubleshoot this, then they can just as easily attach a handler to the events to detect as they can use a command line switch. I dunno, it's not something that I feel strongly enough about to block one way or the other on.

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@nodejs/tsc PTAL. Just to confirm my last changes before landing.

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@nodejs/tsc PTAL. Just to confirm my last changes before landing.

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Thanks everyone.

Landed in 5605cec 🎉

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Thanks everyone.

Landed in 5605cec 🎉

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process: add `multipleResolves` event
This adds the `multipleResolves` event to track promises that resolve
more than once or that reject after resolving.

It is important to expose this to the user to make sure the
application runs as expected. Without such warnings it would be very
hard to debug these situations.

PR-URL: nodejs#22218
Fixes: nodejs/promises-debugging#8
Reviewed-By: Matteo Collina <matteo.collina@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Benjamin Gruenbaum <benjamingr@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Franziska Hinkelmann <franziska.hinkelmann@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Anatoli Papirovski <apapirovski@mac.com>

targos added a commit that referenced this pull request Sep 25, 2018

process: add `multipleResolves` event
This adds the `multipleResolves` event to track promises that resolve
more than once or that reject after resolving.

It is important to expose this to the user to make sure the
application runs as expected. Without such warnings it would be very
hard to debug these situations.

PR-URL: #22218
Fixes: nodejs/promises-debugging#8
Reviewed-By: Matteo Collina <matteo.collina@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Benjamin Gruenbaum <benjamingr@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Franziska Hinkelmann <franziska.hinkelmann@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Anatoli Papirovski <apapirovski@mac.com>
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Thanks for your patience and thanks to both you and Gus for picking this up and working on this :)

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Thanks for your patience and thanks to both you and Gus for picking this up and working on this :)

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2018-10-23, Version 11.0.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* Build
  * FreeBSD 10 is no longer supported. [#22617](#22617)
* `child_process`
  * The default value of the `windowsHide` option has been changed to `true`. [#21316](#21316)
* `console`
  * `console.countReset()` will emit a warning if the timer being reset does not exist. [#21649](#21649)
  * `console.time()` will no longer reset a timer if it already exists. [#20442](#20442)
* `crypto`
  * PEM-level encryption is now supported. [#23151](#23151)
  * An API for key pair generation has been added. [#22660](#22660)
* Dependencies
  * V8 has been updated to 7.0. [#22754](#22754)
* `fs`
  * The `fs.read()` method now requires a callback. [#22146](#22146)
  * The previously deprecated `fs.SyncWriteStream` utility has been removed.[#20735](#20735)
* `http`
  * The `http`, `https`, and `tls` modules now use the WHATWG URL parser by default. [#20270](#20270)
* `http2`
  * An event will be emitted when a `PING` frame is received. [#23009](#23009)
  * Support for the `ORIGIN` frame has been added. [#22956](#22956)
* General
  * Use of `process.binding()` has been deprecated. Userland code using `process.binding()` should re-evaluate that use and begin migrating.
  * An experimental implementation of `queueMicrotask()` has been added. [#22951](#22951)
* Internal
  * Windows performance-counter support has been removed. [#22485](#22485)
  * The `--expose-http2` command-line option has been removed. [#20887](#20887)
* Promises
  * A new `multipleResolves` event will be emitted when a Promise is resolved (or rejected) more than once. [#22218](#22218)
* Timers
  * Interval timers will be rescheduled even if previous interval threw an error. [#20002](#20002)
* `util`
  * The WHATWG `TextEncoder` and `TextDecoder` are now globals. [#22281](#22281)
  * `util.inspect()` output size is limited to 128 MB by default. [#22756](#22756)
  * A runtime warning will be emitted when `NODE_DEBUG` is set for either `http` or `http2`. [#21914](#21914)

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11.0.0 proposal #23230

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2018-10-XX, Version 10.12.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* assert
  * The diff output is now a tiny bit improved by sorting object
    properties when inspecting the values that are compared with each
    other. #22788
* cli
  * The options parser now normalizes `_` to `-` in all multi-word
    command-line flags, e.g. `--no_warnings` has the same effect as
    `--no-warnings`. #23020
  * Added bash completion for the `node` binary. To generate a bash
    completion script, run `node --completion-bash`. The output can be
    saved to a file which can be sourced to enable completion.
    #20713
* crypto
  * Added support for PEM-level encryption.
    #23151
  * Added an API asymmetric key pair generation. The new methods
    `crypto.generateKeyPair` and `crypto.generateKeyPairSync` can be
    used to generate public and private key pairs. The API supports
    RSA, DSA and EC and a variety of key encodings (both PEM and DER).
    #22660
* fs
  * Added a `recursive` option to `fs.mkdir` and `fs.mkdirSync`. If
    this option is set to true, non-existing parent folders will be
    automatically created. #21875
* http2
  * Added a `'ping'` event to `Http2Session` that is emitted whenever a
    non-ack `PING` is received.
    #23009
  * Added support for the `ORIGIN` frame.
    #22956
* module
  * Added `module.createRequireFromPath(filename)`. This new method can
    be used to create a custom require function that will resolve
    modules relative to the filename path.
    #19360
* process
  * Added a `'multipleResolves'` process event that is emitted whenever
    a `Promise` is attempted to be resolved multiple times, e.g. if the
    `resolve` and `reject` functions are both called in a `Promise`
    executor. #22218
* **url**
  * Added `url.fileURLToPath(url)` and `url.pathToFileURL(path)`. These
    methods can be used to correctly convert between file: URLs and
    absolute paths. #22506
* **util**
  * Added the `sorted` option to `util.inspect()`. If set to `true`,
    all properties of an object and Set and Map entries will be sorted
    in the returned string. If set to a function, it is used as a
    compare function. #22788
  * The `util.instpect.custom` symbol is now defined in the global
    symbol registry as `Symbol.for('nodejs.util.inspect.custom')`.
    #20857
* **Windows**
  * The Windows msi installer now provides an option to automatically
    install the tools required to build native modules.
    #22645
* **Added new collaborators**:
  * digitalinfinity - Hitesh Kanwathirtha

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Merged

Release proposal: v10.12.0 #23313

targos added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 7, 2018

2018-10-XX, Version 10.12.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* assert
  * The diff output is now a tiny bit improved by sorting object
    properties when inspecting the values that are compared with each
    other. #22788
* cli
  * The options parser now normalizes `_` to `-` in all multi-word
    command-line flags, e.g. `--no_warnings` has the same effect as
    `--no-warnings`. #23020
  * Added bash completion for the `node` binary. To generate a bash
    completion script, run `node --completion-bash`. The output can be
    saved to a file which can be sourced to enable completion.
    #20713
* crypto
  * Added support for PEM-level encryption.
    #23151
  * Added an API asymmetric key pair generation. The new methods
    `crypto.generateKeyPair` and `crypto.generateKeyPairSync` can be
    used to generate public and private key pairs. The API supports
    RSA, DSA and EC and a variety of key encodings (both PEM and DER).
    #22660
* fs
  * Added a `recursive` option to `fs.mkdir` and `fs.mkdirSync`. If
    this option is set to true, non-existing parent folders will be
    automatically created. #21875
* http2
  * Added a `'ping'` event to `Http2Session` that is emitted whenever a
    non-ack `PING` is received.
    #23009
  * Added support for the `ORIGIN` frame.
    #22956
* module
  * Added `module.createRequireFromPath(filename)`. This new method can
    be used to create a custom require function that will resolve
    modules relative to the filename path.
    #19360
* process
  * Added a `'multipleResolves'` process event that is emitted whenever
    a `Promise` is attempted to be resolved multiple times, e.g. if the
    `resolve` and `reject` functions are both called in a `Promise`
    executor. #22218
* **url**
  * Added `url.fileURLToPath(url)` and `url.pathToFileURL(path)`. These
    methods can be used to correctly convert between file: URLs and
    absolute paths. #22506
* **util**
  * Added the `sorted` option to `util.inspect()`. If set to `true`,
    all properties of an object and Set and Map entries will be sorted
    in the returned string. If set to a function, it is used as a
    compare function. #22788
  * The `util.instpect.custom` symbol is now defined in the global
    symbol registry as `Symbol.for('nodejs.util.inspect.custom')`.
    #20857
* **Windows**
  * The Windows msi installer now provides an option to automatically
    install the tools required to build native modules.
    #22645
* **Added new collaborators**:
  * digitalinfinity - Hitesh Kanwathirtha

PR-URL: #23313

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Closed

Summit Topic: Promises #119

targos added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 10, 2018

2018-10-10, Version 10.12.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* assert
  * The diff output is now a tiny bit improved by sorting object
    properties when inspecting the values that are compared with each
    other. #22788
* cli
  * The options parser now normalizes `_` to `-` in all multi-word
    command-line flags, e.g. `--no_warnings` has the same effect as
    `--no-warnings`. #23020
  * Added bash completion for the `node` binary. To generate a bash
    completion script, run `node --completion-bash`. The output can be
    saved to a file which can be sourced to enable completion.
    #20713
* crypto
  * Added support for PEM-level encryption.
    #23151
  * Added an API asymmetric key pair generation. The new methods
    `crypto.generateKeyPair` and `crypto.generateKeyPairSync` can be
    used to generate public and private key pairs. The API supports
    RSA, DSA and EC and a variety of key encodings (both PEM and DER).
    #22660
* fs
  * Added a `recursive` option to `fs.mkdir` and `fs.mkdirSync`. If
    this option is set to true, non-existing parent folders will be
    automatically created. #21875
* http2
  * Added a `'ping'` event to `Http2Session` that is emitted whenever a
    non-ack `PING` is received.
    #23009
  * Added support for the `ORIGIN` frame.
    #22956
  * Updated nghttp2 to 1.34.0. This adds RFC 8441 extended connect
    protocol support to allow use of WebSockets over HTTP/2.
    #23284
* module
  * Added `module.createRequireFromPath(filename)`. This new method can
    be used to create a custom require function that will resolve
    modules relative to the filename path.
    #19360
* process
  * Added a `'multipleResolves'` process event that is emitted whenever
    a `Promise` is attempted to be resolved multiple times, e.g. if the
    `resolve` and `reject` functions are both called in a `Promise`
    executor. #22218
* url
  * Added `url.fileURLToPath(url)` and `url.pathToFileURL(path)`. These
    methods can be used to correctly convert between file: URLs and
    absolute paths. #22506
* util
  * Added the `sorted` option to `util.inspect()`. If set to `true`,
    all properties of an object and Set and Map entries will be sorted
    in the returned string. If set to a function, it is used as a
    compare function. #22788
  * The `util.instpect.custom` symbol is now defined in the global
    symbol registry as `Symbol.for('nodejs.util.inspect.custom')`.
    #20857
  * Added support for `BigInt` numbers in `util.format()`.
    #22097
* V8 API
  * A number of V8 C++ APIs have been marked as deprecated since they
    have been removed in the upstream repository. Replacement APIs
    are added where necessary. #23159
* Windows
  * The Windows msi installer now provides an option to automatically
    install the tools required to build native modules.
    #22645
* Workers
  * Debugging support for Workers using the DevTools protocol has been
    implemented. #21364
  * The public `inspector` module is now enabled in Workers.
    #22769
* Added new collaborators:
  * digitalinfinity - Hitesh Kanwathirtha

PR-URL: #23313

targos added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 10, 2018

2018-10-10, Version 10.12.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* assert
  * The diff output is now a tiny bit improved by sorting object
    properties when inspecting the values that are compared with each
    other. #22788
* cli
  * The options parser now normalizes `_` to `-` in all multi-word
    command-line flags, e.g. `--no_warnings` has the same effect as
    `--no-warnings`. #23020
  * Added bash completion for the `node` binary. To generate a bash
    completion script, run `node --completion-bash`. The output can be
    saved to a file which can be sourced to enable completion.
    #20713
* crypto
  * Added support for PEM-level encryption.
    #23151
  * Added an API asymmetric key pair generation. The new methods
    `crypto.generateKeyPair` and `crypto.generateKeyPairSync` can be
    used to generate public and private key pairs. The API supports
    RSA, DSA and EC and a variety of key encodings (both PEM and DER).
    #22660
* fs
  * Added a `recursive` option to `fs.mkdir` and `fs.mkdirSync`. If
    this option is set to true, non-existing parent folders will be
    automatically created. #21875
* http2
  * Added a `'ping'` event to `Http2Session` that is emitted whenever a
    non-ack `PING` is received.
    #23009
  * Added support for the `ORIGIN` frame.
    #22956
  * Updated nghttp2 to 1.34.0. This adds RFC 8441 extended connect
    protocol support to allow use of WebSockets over HTTP/2.
    #23284
* module
  * Added `module.createRequireFromPath(filename)`. This new method can
    be used to create a custom require function that will resolve
    modules relative to the filename path.
    #19360
* process
  * Added a `'multipleResolves'` process event that is emitted whenever
    a `Promise` is attempted to be resolved multiple times, e.g. if the
    `resolve` and `reject` functions are both called in a `Promise`
    executor. #22218
* url
  * Added `url.fileURLToPath(url)` and `url.pathToFileURL(path)`. These
    methods can be used to correctly convert between file: URLs and
    absolute paths. #22506
* util
  * Added the `sorted` option to `util.inspect()`. If set to `true`,
    all properties of an object and Set and Map entries will be sorted
    in the returned string. If set to a function, it is used as a
    compare function. #22788
  * The `util.instpect.custom` symbol is now defined in the global
    symbol registry as `Symbol.for('nodejs.util.inspect.custom')`.
    #20857
  * Added support for `BigInt` numbers in `util.format()`.
    #22097
* V8 API
  * A number of V8 C++ APIs have been marked as deprecated since they
    have been removed in the upstream repository. Replacement APIs
    are added where necessary. #23159
* Windows
  * The Windows msi installer now provides an option to automatically
    install the tools required to build native modules.
    #22645
* Workers
  * Debugging support for Workers using the DevTools protocol has been
    implemented. #21364
  * The public `inspector` module is now enabled in Workers.
    #22769
* Added new collaborators:
  * digitalinfinity - Hitesh Kanwathirtha

PR-URL: #23313

targos added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 10, 2018

2018-10-10, Version 10.12.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* assert
  * The diff output is now a tiny bit improved by sorting object
    properties when inspecting the values that are compared with each
    other. #22788
* cli
  * The options parser now normalizes `_` to `-` in all multi-word
    command-line flags, e.g. `--no_warnings` has the same effect as
    `--no-warnings`. #23020
  * Added bash completion for the `node` binary. To generate a bash
    completion script, run `node --completion-bash`. The output can be
    saved to a file which can be sourced to enable completion.
    #20713
* crypto
  * Added support for PEM-level encryption.
    #23151
  * Added an API asymmetric key pair generation. The new methods
    `crypto.generateKeyPair` and `crypto.generateKeyPairSync` can be
    used to generate public and private key pairs. The API supports
    RSA, DSA and EC and a variety of key encodings (both PEM and DER).
    #22660
* fs
  * Added a `recursive` option to `fs.mkdir` and `fs.mkdirSync`. If
    this option is set to true, non-existing parent folders will be
    automatically created. #21875
* http2
  * Added a `'ping'` event to `Http2Session` that is emitted whenever a
    non-ack `PING` is received.
    #23009
  * Added support for the `ORIGIN` frame.
    #22956
  * Updated nghttp2 to 1.34.0. This adds RFC 8441 extended connect
    protocol support to allow use of WebSockets over HTTP/2.
    #23284
* module
  * Added `module.createRequireFromPath(filename)`. This new method can
    be used to create a custom require function that will resolve
    modules relative to the filename path.
    #19360
* process
  * Added a `'multipleResolves'` process event that is emitted whenever
    a `Promise` is attempted to be resolved multiple times, e.g. if the
    `resolve` and `reject` functions are both called in a `Promise`
    executor. #22218
* url
  * Added `url.fileURLToPath(url)` and `url.pathToFileURL(path)`. These
    methods can be used to correctly convert between file: URLs and
    absolute paths. #22506
* util
  * Added the `sorted` option to `util.inspect()`. If set to `true`,
    all properties of an object and Set and Map entries will be sorted
    in the returned string. If set to a function, it is used as a
    compare function. #22788
  * The `util.instpect.custom` symbol is now defined in the global
    symbol registry as `Symbol.for('nodejs.util.inspect.custom')`.
    #20857
  * Added support for `BigInt` numbers in `util.format()`.
    #22097
* V8 API
  * A number of V8 C++ APIs have been marked as deprecated since they
    have been removed in the upstream repository. Replacement APIs
    are added where necessary. #23159
* Windows
  * The Windows msi installer now provides an option to automatically
    install the tools required to build native modules.
    #22645
* Workers
  * Debugging support for Workers using the DevTools protocol has been
    implemented. #21364
  * The public `inspector` module is now enabled in Workers.
    #22769
* Added new collaborators:
  * digitalinfinity - Hitesh Kanwathirtha

PR-URL: #23313

jasnell added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 17, 2018

2018-10-10, Version 10.12.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* assert
  * The diff output is now a tiny bit improved by sorting object
    properties when inspecting the values that are compared with each
    other. #22788
* cli
  * The options parser now normalizes `_` to `-` in all multi-word
    command-line flags, e.g. `--no_warnings` has the same effect as
    `--no-warnings`. #23020
  * Added bash completion for the `node` binary. To generate a bash
    completion script, run `node --completion-bash`. The output can be
    saved to a file which can be sourced to enable completion.
    #20713
* crypto
  * Added support for PEM-level encryption.
    #23151
  * Added an API asymmetric key pair generation. The new methods
    `crypto.generateKeyPair` and `crypto.generateKeyPairSync` can be
    used to generate public and private key pairs. The API supports
    RSA, DSA and EC and a variety of key encodings (both PEM and DER).
    #22660
* fs
  * Added a `recursive` option to `fs.mkdir` and `fs.mkdirSync`. If
    this option is set to true, non-existing parent folders will be
    automatically created. #21875
* http2
  * Added a `'ping'` event to `Http2Session` that is emitted whenever a
    non-ack `PING` is received.
    #23009
  * Added support for the `ORIGIN` frame.
    #22956
  * Updated nghttp2 to 1.34.0. This adds RFC 8441 extended connect
    protocol support to allow use of WebSockets over HTTP/2.
    #23284
* module
  * Added `module.createRequireFromPath(filename)`. This new method can
    be used to create a custom require function that will resolve
    modules relative to the filename path.
    #19360
* process
  * Added a `'multipleResolves'` process event that is emitted whenever
    a `Promise` is attempted to be resolved multiple times, e.g. if the
    `resolve` and `reject` functions are both called in a `Promise`
    executor. #22218
* url
  * Added `url.fileURLToPath(url)` and `url.pathToFileURL(path)`. These
    methods can be used to correctly convert between file: URLs and
    absolute paths. #22506
* util
  * Added the `sorted` option to `util.inspect()`. If set to `true`,
    all properties of an object and Set and Map entries will be sorted
    in the returned string. If set to a function, it is used as a
    compare function. #22788
  * The `util.instpect.custom` symbol is now defined in the global
    symbol registry as `Symbol.for('nodejs.util.inspect.custom')`.
    #20857
  * Added support for `BigInt` numbers in `util.format()`.
    #22097
* V8 API
  * A number of V8 C++ APIs have been marked as deprecated since they
    have been removed in the upstream repository. Replacement APIs
    are added where necessary. #23159
* Windows
  * The Windows msi installer now provides an option to automatically
    install the tools required to build native modules.
    #22645
* Workers
  * Debugging support for Workers using the DevTools protocol has been
    implemented. #21364
  * The public `inspector` module is now enabled in Workers.
    #22769
* Added new collaborators:
  * digitalinfinity - Hitesh Kanwathirtha

PR-URL: #23313

jasnell added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 17, 2018

2018-10-23, Version 11.0.0 (Current)
Notable changes:

* Build
  * FreeBSD 10 is no longer supported. [#22617](#22617)
* `child_process`
  * The default value of the `windowsHide` option has been changed to `true`. [#21316](#21316)
* `console`
  * `console.countReset()` will emit a warning if the timer being reset does not exist. [#21649](#21649)
  * `console.time()` will no longer reset a timer if it already exists. [#20442](#20442)
* `crypto`
  * PEM-level encryption is now supported. [#23151](#23151)
  * An API for key pair generation has been added. [#22660](#22660)
* Dependencies
  * V8 has been updated to 7.0. [#22754](#22754)
* `fs`
  * The `fs.read()` method now requires a callback. [#22146](#22146)
  * The previously deprecated `fs.SyncWriteStream` utility has been removed.[#20735](#20735)
* `http`
  * The `http`, `https`, and `tls` modules now use the WHATWG URL parser by default. [#20270](#20270)
* `http2`
  * An event will be emitted when a `PING` frame is received. [#23009](#23009)
  * Support for the `ORIGIN` frame has been added. [#22956](#22956)
* General
  * Use of `process.binding()` has been deprecated. Userland code using `process.binding()` should re-evaluate that use and begin migrating.
  * An experimental implementation of `queueMicrotask()` has been added. [#22951](#22951)
* Internal
  * Windows performance-counter support has been removed. [#22485](#22485)
  * The `--expose-http2` command-line option has been removed. [#20887](#20887)
* Promises
  * A new `multipleResolves` event will be emitted when a Promise is resolved (or rejected) more than once. [#22218](#22218)
* Timers
  * Interval timers will be rescheduled even if previous interval threw an error. [#20002](#20002)
* `util`
  * The WHATWG `TextEncoder` and `TextDecoder` are now globals. [#22281](#22281)
  * `util.inspect()` output size is limited to 128 MB by default. [#22756](#22756)
  * A runtime warning will be emitted when `NODE_DEBUG` is set for either `http` or `http2`. [#21914](#21914)
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