This was a simple change, so maybe there’s a reason you haven’t implemented it already. In any case:
Previously, TLS could only be used by writing code and passing in the correct opts to the bouncy() funciton.
If you weren’t using TLS, you could use the simpler command-line utility.
This adds two optional arguments to the command-line utility to support TLS usage, without breaking existing non-TLS code.
allow the cli tool to be used with tls
This pull request fails (merged 3b1aebe into 31e425d).
As far as I can tell, the failure mentioned by @travisbot was not caused by my commit. The failed unit test (test/raw_destroy.js) does not use or reference the CLI tool.