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Thu, 30 Jun 2016
[ 05:40 pi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:417806
www/node5: 5.11.1 -> 5.12.0

This is a security release, see
https://nodejs.org/en/blog/vulnerability/june-2016-security-releases
for details on patched vulnerabilities.

- buffer
  o backport allocUnsafeSlow
  o ignore negative allocation lengths
- deps: backport 3a9bfec from v8 upstream
  o Fixes a Buffer overflow vulnerability discovered in v8. More details
    can be found in the CVE (CVE-2016-1699).

PR:		210519
Changes:	https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v5.12.0/
Submitted by:	Bradley T. Hughes <bradleythughes@fastmail.fm> (maintainer)
Wed, 29 Jun 2016
[ 20:00 pi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:417791
www/node[45]: work around build breakages due to include path ordering

Add a post-configure step to strip out all occurrences of
-I${LOCALBASE}/include. Rely instead on USES+=localbase to tell the
compiler where to find includes from external dependencies.

After r416894, node.js builds will use external dependencies instead of
bundled ones. Fallout from this changes includes several build
breakages. All come from the fact that the node-gyp build process adds
-I${LOCALBASE}/include to CFLAGS before all others, including its own
bundled dependencies. This causes the build to incorrectly pick up
include files from any packages in ${LOCALBASE}, rather than the bundled
libraries as intended.

PR:		210618
Submitted by:	Bradley T. Hughes <bradleythughes@fastmail.fm> (maintainer)
[ 14:22 mat search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:417767
Remove all usage of OPENSSL_PORT from ports, this is deprecated, and
always was a user defined variable.

Sponsored by:	Absolight
Sat, 18 Jun 2016
[ 12:28 pi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:417063
www/node, www/node[45]: Depend on devel/icu instead of the bundled icu-small

PR:		210333
Submitted by:	Bradley T. Hughes <bradleythughes@fastmail.fm> (maintainer)
Reviewed by:	w.schwarzenfeld@utanet.at
Tue, 14 Jun 2016
[ 15:53 adamw search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:416894
Prefer external libraries to the ones bundled with node.

Do not statically link bundled libraries into node.js. It requires
openssl 1.0.2, so pull that in from ports when the base version is not
new enough. While all versions use c-ares, only www/node has a configure
knob to enable building against an unbundled version. All other
dependencies are specified in www/node/common.mk and used by all 3
ports.

node cannot build against LibreSSL, so if it's the chosen SSL provider,
the BUNDLED_SSL option must be enabled.

The www/node010 and www/node012 ports have not been done since both are
deprecated and have very old bundled dependencies that are not available
in ports.

PR:		209793
Submitted by:	Bradley T. Hughes (maintainer)
Fri, 6 May 2016
[ 21:30 pi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:414730
www/node5: 5.11.0 -> 5.11.1

Update to the latest upstream v5.x stable release after the recent
openssl CVEs.

Release announcement with changelog is here:
  https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v5.11.1
  https://nodejs.org/en/blog/vulnerability/openssl-may-2016/

PR:		209341
MFH:		2016Q2
Submitted by:	Bradley T. Hughes <bradleythughes@fastmail.fm> (maintainer)
Thu, 5 May 2016
[ 13:45 pi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:414646 (Only the first 10 of 14 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
www/node: 5.11.0 -> 6.0.0
New port: www/node5, to ease migration from node-5.x to node-6.x

This new major version of Node.js delivers significant improvements
in performance, reliability, usability and security. Module loading
is nearly four times faster than in Node.js v4, tests and documentation
have seen significant improvements, usability of the Buffer and
File System APIs have been improved, and Node.js now supports 93%
of ES6 language features, thanks to V8 version 5.0.

The full release announcement can be read here:
https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v6.0.0/

The full changelog is available on Github:
https://github.com/nodejs/node/commit/ce3e3c5fe15479475c068482c48eb9cbf1ac9df5

For node5:
node.js v5.x will only be supported for a few months to give people
time to move to v6. This new port is marked as deprecated with an
expiration date of July 1, allowing all of May and June to transition.
See https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v6.0.0/#what-about-node-js-v5

PR:		209215, 209216
Submitted by:	Bradley T. Hughes <bradleythughes@fastmail.fm> (maintainer)

Number of commits found: 7