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non port: www/node/files/patch-deps_openssl_config_dso__conf__no-asm.h

Number of commits found: 4

Friday, 16 Aug 2019
22:27 bhughes search for other commits by this committer
www/node: Update 12.7.0 -> 12.8.0

https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v12.8.0/

The bundled OpenSSL configuration now includes BSD-x86, which this port
can now use. The build for i386 is still using the no-asm variant for
the time being. Assembler errors in BSD-x86/asm-avx2 need to be
investigated to be able to enable asm with the bundled OpenSSL.

While here, regenerate all remaining patches with `make makepatch`.

Sponsored by:	Miles AS
Original commitRevision:509122 
Saturday, 13 Apr 2019
20:33 bhughes search for other commits by this committer
www/node: Update 11.13.0 -> 11.14.0

https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v11.14.0/

Sponsored by:	Miles AS
Original commitRevision:498834 
Sunday, 13 May 2018
08:21 bhughes search for other commits by this committer
www/node: fix SSL/TLS on i386

The upgrade to v10.0.0 included significant changes to the OpenSSL
dependency in Node.js, in particular how the build was configured.
Upstream does not include a BSD-x86 config anymore, so the www/node port
ended up using the BSD-x86_64 no-asm config for all builds except x86_64
(which used the asm optimized config). This was a mistake, causing all
32-bit archs to build OpenSSL configured for a 64-bit architecture, and
it causes problems with SSL/TLS as described in PR 228135.

Change the build config to not use BSD-x86_64 no-asm for 32-bit i386 and
arm builds, falling back to the generic linux-elf configuration instead.
Patches remove Linux specific libraries (-ldl) and keep the CFLAGS the
same as the BSD config.

PR:             228135
Reported by:    Marcin Cie\xc5\x9blak <saper@saper.info>
Original commitRevision:469781 
Monday, 30 Apr 2018
22:46 bhughes search for other commits by this committer
www/node: Update 9.11.1_1 -> 10.0.0

Update to the latest major release of Node.js. This release includes
many significant changes, both to Node.js itself and the FreeBSD port.

https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v10.0.0/

In particular, Node.js now requires OpenSSL 1.1.0h, so the BUNDLED_SSL
option is enabled by default. It is still possible to disable this
option when using security/openssl-devel (which is currently at 1.1.0h).
Multiple patches are required to get Node.js building with the bundled
OpenSSL library. Only amd64 builds get optimized assembler; all other
archs use non-asm implementations.
Original commitRevision:468746 

Number of commits found: 4