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  • raise enthusiasm for this [] invention of mine for Changes files. It may not exactly match what you're looking for, but seems related.
    • $many x $thanx;

      I read your contribution when it was first published, but my recent researches did not uncover it.

      I assure I'll study it carefully, but the result of my work probably won't look quite the same...
  • I hope you module is a great success. My own approach was to optimize for human-readability while still YAML. []
    • Thanx for the sample.

      I'll add some tests to see how I cope.

      I have a basic module running, parsing my previous CHANGES files, so it's effectively a version of Module::Changes::Parser::Free.

      It reads and writes YAML files, and you can get() the latest version and release.

      I'll finish the updating code next, but now it's off to get ready for the Melbourne Jazz Festival tonight.