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I'm Andy Lester, and I like to test stuff. I also write for the Perl Journal, and do tech edits on books. Sometimes I write code, too.

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Wednesday September 21, 2005
09:18 AM

HTML::Lint 2.00

[ #26813 ]
I've released HTML::Lint 2.00. It's not that huge of a leap from 1.30 in functionality, but the object structure is severely incompatible..

2.00    Tue Sep 20 23:10:39 CDT 2005
        [CHANGES THAT COULD BREAK YOUR CODE]
        * I've changed the object structure.  HTML::Lint now has-a
          HTML::Parser, and no longer is-a HTML::Parser.

        * weblint-cgi and weblint-original are no longer distributed
          with HTML::Lint.

        * Now requires Perl 5.6.0.

        [FIXES]
        * Line numbering is now correct if you parse more than one file.

        * Changed t/*.*.t so that they only had one period in the
          filename. Apparently VMS doesn't like filenames with multiple
          dots.

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