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Shlomi Fish (918)

Shlomi Fish
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I'm a hacker of Perl, C, Shell, and occasionally other languages. Perl is my favourite language by far. I'm a member of the Israeli Perl Mongers, and contribute to and advocate open-source technologies. Technorati Profile [technorati.com]

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Wednesday July 04, 2007
05:25 AM

New Release of XML-SemanticDiff

[ #33681 ]

I have uploaded a new release of XML-SemanticDiff (0.96) yesterday, after a long time of neglect by its originators. Here's the complete story.

The XML-SemanticDiff module has been unmaintained for over 5 years now. Lately, I've noticed that its algorithm generated some false negatives and false positives and as a result fixed it in my personal copy, as I've been using this module indirectly via Test-XML. I later uploaded my modified version to a Subversion repository.

The author has been missing in action, and after I tried to contact him (and was not successful), I requested to become a co-maintainer on Monday, and has been granted the co-maintainer status.

Thus, I uploaded a new version that incorporates all of my changes. The distribution still has some issues which I hope to address in the not-so-far future, but it should still be usable.

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