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Leon Brocard (aka acme) is an orange-loving Perl eurohacker with many varied contributions to the Perl community, including the GraphViz module on the CPAN. YAPC::Europe was all his fault. He is still looking for a Perl Monger group he can start which begins with the letter 'D'.

Journal of acme (189)

Sunday April 03, 2005
08:22 AM


[ #23993 ]
Whoops, I appear to have bought a PSP and an IXY DIGITAL 600. There may have been gadget shopping. Anyway, in between taking pictures and transcoding movies, I managed to get Devel::ebug 0.36 out of the door. See the list of changes below. The main thing I created today is a movie of ebug_http, so you can now see it working, including stepping backwards using the browser back button, and undoing. Enjoy. Time for me to head off to Hong Kong. Many thanks to autrijus, clkao, hcchien, gugod, whiteg and everyone else!

     - total rearrange of Devel::ebug::HTTP and increase in
       documentation (thanks to Mark Fowler)
     - create valid XML no matter what the variables or code contains
       (thanks to Mark Fowler)
     - correct the =head1 NAME of ebug and ebug_http (spotted by Smylers)
     - stack_trace_human is now more robust
     - Test::Expect doesn't work under Windows, so don't require or
       use it in Windows environments - this means we now require
       Module::Build (spotted by Johan Lindstrom)
     - make codelines() remove DOS as well as UNIX newlines (spotted
       by Johan Lindstrom)
     - in ebug, l 40 will to set the number of lines to list (patch by
       Johan Lindstrom)

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