|author||Chris Broadfoot <email@example.com>||Thu Jan 26 09:24:20 2017 -0800|
|committer||Chris Broadfoot <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jan 26 09:24:31 2017 -0800|
[release-branch.go1.8] all: merge master into release-branch.go1.8 78860b2ad2 cmd/go: don't reject ./... matching top-level file outside GOPATH 2b283cedef database/sql: fix race when canceling queries immediately 1cf08182f9 go/printer: fix format with leading comments in composite literal b531eb3062 runtime: reorder modules so main.main comes first 165cfbc409 database/sql: let tests wait for db pool to come to expected state ea73649343 doc: update gccgo docs 1db16711f5 doc: clarify what to do with Go 1.4 when installing from source 3717b429f2 doc: note that plugins are not fully baked 98842cabb6 net/http: don't send body on redirects for 301, 302, 303 when GetBody is set 314180e7f6 net/http: fix a nit aad06da2b9 cmd/link: mark DWARF function symbols as reachable be9dcfec29 doc: mention testing.MainStart signature change a96e117a58 runtime: amd64, use 4-byte ops for memmove of 4 bytes 4cce27a3fa cmd/compile: fix constant propagation through s390x MOVDNE instructions 1be957d703 misc/cgo/test: pass current environment to syscall.Exec ec654e2251 misc/cgo/test: fix test when using GCC 7 256a605faa cmd/compile: don't use nilcheck information until the next block e8d5989ed1 cmd/compile: fix compilebench -alloc ea7d9e6a52 runtime: check for nil g and m in msanread Change-Id: I61d508d4f0efe4b72e7396645c8ad6088d2bfa6e
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