* Thu Jul 02 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org
- updated to 3.74
3.74 Mon Jun 29 14:39:26 CEST 2015
- the generated README file was empty.
* Tue Apr 14 2015 email@example.com
- updated to 3.73
3.73 Sat May 31 22:37:21 CEST 2014
- remove "deprecated", as it turned out to be yet another time bomb
as p5p don't care the least about backwards compatibility
- switching paths once more as this turned out to be a doc bug
in eumm. this should not affect anything though.
* Sun Aug 04 2013 firstname.lastname@example.org
- updated to 3.72
- install paths were wrong for current MakeMaker (reported
by various people).
- CPAN failed to parse the version number in 3.7, try to work
- move pod to separate file, to further improve loading times.
- make it arch-specific, adding a test that warns when an old
version is still installed.
- due to a logic glitch, warnings were not enabled at all on 5.16.
* Sat Jun 15 2013 email@example.com
- updated to 3.6
- work around more 5.16 breakage - $^H doesn't work as nicely as
p5p make you to believe.
- add features: unicode_strings current_sub fc evalbytes.
- disable features: array_base.
* Wed May 23 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org
- updated to 3.5
- localise $^W, as this causes warnings with 5.16 when some lost
soul uses -w. common::sense doesn't support $^W, but tries to
shield module authors and programs from its ill effects. If you
enable $^W, then you normally get to keep the pieces because you
change semantics of other people's code.
* Fri Mar 04 2011 email@example.com
- update to 3.4
- remove "regexp" category. this is rather painful as it's a large
class, but unfortunately, somebody thought emitting a warning when
you match more than 32kb of text is in some way useful, which
spoils the whole category.
- use META.json instead of META.yml - apparently YAML parsers don't
- recreated by cpanspec 1.78.03
* Tue Nov 30 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
- switch to perl_requires macro
* Tue Jul 06 2010 email@example.com
- update tp 3.3
- removed "exiting" category - this is too useful to create new
control statements, and fails utterly with eval, as eval will
catch the (fatal) warning itself. Kind of hurts, but this is
just another warning category which is too broad and has to be
disabled fully because of a minority of issues.
- noarch package
o remove .packlist/perllocal.pod
* Fri Apr 16 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
- update to 3.2
- removed "substr" warning - while it overall is a good category,
"substr '', 2" is entirely sensible.
- 3.1 Sat Apr 3 04:56:36 CEST 2010
- removed "parenthesis" warning:
sysread $fh, my $buf, -s $fh; # ok
sysread $fh, my $buf, $size; # warning
Made no sense to me, especially as $size is in scope.
- no longer hardcode warning/struct bits, calculate them at
installation time, for when I will no longer be alive etc.
- tweaked documentation.
- fixed perl-macros deps
* Mon Jan 18 2010 email@example.com
- update to 3.0, as suggested by JSON::XS
* Fri Sep 04 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org
- initial pkg 2.0