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Better, more powerful configuration for tests.
Do accept cookies with CORS.
Advertise mailing list
Set author in the json, even though it's not going to go to npm.
Forgotten file, due to too wide .gitignore.
We run a single server now.
Simplified running qunit tests.
Instead of two separate ports we now serve everything on one port, the disadvantage is that it doesn't test cross-domain by default. But at least is way simpler and easier to configure.
Accept urls starting with '//' or '/'
We don't use package.json for releasing, so the version there doesn't…
… matter, and it's only for npm sake.
Few more words in readme
Few small improvements
Apparently, the versioning is used in completely different way
Few more words
There is not much value in releasing --pretty' builds
Few words of comment
Automate even more
Versioning, prepration for the first release
Recompile on modification (make serve)
Merged two CS files with qunit tests to one.
main.js --> index.js
Examples/tests moved into separated directory, node code included.
Tests moved to a separate directory
There isn't any verbatim socketio code any more.