- updated to 0.27 see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Data-Validate-IP/Changes 0.27 2016-11-17 - If your version of Socket.pm provides a sane inet_pton, most of the is_*_ip subroutines will use a much faster implementation. is_private_ipv4 and is_private_ipv4 are approximately 16x faster. is_private_ipv6 and is_public_ipv6 are about 3-4x faster. Implemented by Greg Oschwald. GitHub PR #8.
- updated to 0.26 see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Data-Validate-IP/Changes 0.26 2016-05-31 - Fixed issue where invalid IPv6 strings such as ::0000000 would be marked as valid by is_ipv6() when using the faster inet_pton() code path (GitHub [#6]). Fixed by Greg Oschwald. GitHub PR #7.
- updated to 0.25 see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Data-Validate-IP/Changes
- Update to 0.24 * A string with a null byte (\0) would be considered valid if the internal implementation used inet_pton() to validate IP addresses. Fixed by Greg Oschwald. GitHub PR #4.
- Update to 0.23. Changes from 0.20: * Fixed is_ipv6 to correctly fail for a string like ":abcd" on platforms where inet_pton() isn't usable. Reported by Brian Bickerton. RT #93622. * As a side effect of the above, the code to check IPv6 addresses when inet_pton() isn't usable is about 7-8x times faster now. * Fixed some small doc typo/formatting issues. * The 198.51.100.0/24 and 203.0.113.0/24 networks were mistakenly put in the unroutable list, rather than the testnet list. This has been fixed. Note that if you've just been using is_public_ipv4 in your code, there are no changes in the results. * Added the 6to4 anycast network - 220.127.116.11/24. Addresses in this network are not considered public and there is now a new is_anycast_ipv4() subroutine exported. * Added a number of missing reserved IPv6 networks. These are the IPv4-mapped block (::ffff:0:0/96), the discard prefix (100::/64), TEREDO (2001::/32), ORCHID (2001:10::/28), and documentation (2001:db8::/32) IPv6 networks. There are now is_ipv4_mapped_ipv6(), is_discard_ipv6(), is_teredo_ipv6(), is_orchid_ipv6(), and is_documentation_ipv6() subs. Note that the TEREDO and ORCHID networks are both subnets of the larger special network, and as such were already excluded by is_public_ipv6(), though arguably the TEREDO addresses _should_ be considered public. * Rewrote most of the docs to greatly reduce the amount of text and to improve the ToC on MetaCPAN and search.cpan.org.
- Update to 0.20 * Changelog see http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/DROLSKY/Data-Validate-IP-0.20/Changes - Update license according to http://search.cpan.org/~drolsky/Data-Validate-IP-0.20/
- initial version (0.14)