also added pop and push alias in global object
For some reason, aa5961a caused 'make test' to rebuild the entire project every time. Applying the fix to the other place where gyp chops up the argument list makes it behave properly.
Don't assume that the libcrypto and libssl that we're linked against is the same version as the openssl command line tool. This is important because the tool has a bug in all pre-1.0.0 versions that makes it unusable for these tests.
* compile with -DOPENSSL_NO_SOCK and -DOPENSSL_NO_DGRAM, we don't need it * compile with -DOPENSSL_NO_GOST and -DOPENSSL_NO_HW_PADLOCK, works around the brain dead linker on solaris and maybe others * compile with -DTERMIOS, OS X doesn't have <termio.h> * compile with -D__EXTENSIONS__ on solaris, makes siginfo_t available * compile without -ansi on linux, it hides a number of POSIX declarations (sigaction, NI_MAXHOST, etc.)
This reverts commit 0db4dc0. This commit makes a lot of tests fail due to reference counting errors. It's not worth it to debug because the reference counting scheme is due to change soon anyway.
If the fs.open method is modified via AOP-style extension, in between the creation of an fs.WriteStream and the processing of its action queue, then the test of whether or not the method === fs.open will fail, because fs.open has been replaced. The solution is to save a reference to fs.open on the stream itself when the action is placed in the queue. This fixes isaacs/node-graceful-fs#6.
The fix from #3059 was not handling multi-byte utf8 data properly.
This is more correct. Fixes them from failing with the updated readline behavior.
Fixes the repl.complete() function when terminal is false, since it is now explicitly looking for a '\n' char.
In "terminal: false" mode. (And fire it multiple times if multiple lines arrive at once.) This is necessary because the Windows telnet client sends every single keystroke as it's typed. See: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9962197/node-js-readline-not-waiting-for-a-full-line-on-socket-connections Closes #3059.