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Wednesday May 09, 2007
03:50 AM

Releases! Releases! Releases!

[ #33226 ]

With everything up to date repository wise, I've started uploaded some long overdue code.


File::HomeDir 0.65

Fixed some testing problems where it installed using sudo -H but not with plain old sudo. Now things like "sudo cpan Bundle::CPAN" should work again.

Object::Tiny 1.01

Object::Tiny now doesn't break when you use Object::Tiny for a subclass (embarrasing). Also uploaded 1.02 to fix some POD nigglies.

Module::Install 0.67

This mostly finalizes the changes form the previous two dev releases, as they've been working just fine for me for a while now.

The most visible change in 0.67 is that, based on information from Allison, if Module::Install sees that you are using an OSI-approved license and also have "All rights reserved" it will throw a legal warning at you.

Apparently, strictly speaking the All rights reserved terminology can negate open source licenses.

The other notable change is the "tests_recursive" command which will look for tests recursively instead of just in the top level of the t directory.

Archive::Builder 1.11

The way that Archive::Builder populated the files into archives was causing anything using Archive::Extract to extract the archives to break.

Archive::Builder now adds the file in a specific order to avoid triggering that error (it's a lost faster to workaround the bug in Archive::Builder than to fix it in Archive::Extract, which will be done as well but take longer).

YAML::Tiny 1.05

Adds support for whitespace in keys, and empty comments


More releases to come, and once the maint stuff is out the way, I'll move on to the new modules.

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