|author||Chris Broadfoot <email@example.com>||Mon Aug 08 11:28:55 2016 -0700|
|committer||Chris Broadfoot <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Aug 08 11:30:51 2016 -0700|
all: merge master into release-branch.go1.7 7a62274 net/http: make Transport use new connection if over HTTP/2 concurrency limit 219ca60 doc: fix required OS X version inconsistency for binary downloads 26015b9 runtime: make stack 16-byte aligned for external code in _rt0_amd64_linux_lib 9fde86b runtime, syscall: fix kernel gettimeofday ABI change on iOS 10 3a03e87 os: check for waitid returning ENOSYS 1031675 net/http: update bundled http2 for flow control window adjustment fix da070be syscall: fix Gettimeofday on macOS Sierra f135c32 runtime: initialize hash algs before typemap Change-Id: Ie176f3db1e253d75ae8e56b16d3fd9900b37dde3
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