KING / Clipboard-0.13 / Changes

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version: 0.13
date: Wed Oct 13 00:42:03 EDT 2010
changes:
- Tom Wyant's excellent Mac fixups
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version: 0.12
date: Mon Oct 11 02:11:44 EDT 2010
changes:
- Just added 'dragonfly' OS to recognized list (as *nix type)
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version: 0.11
date: Thu Oct  7 00:20:45 EDT 2010
changes:
- Removed dependency on IO::All, Spiffy and IO::Run (!)
- Switched Mac from pbcopy shelling to Mac::Pasteboard (Tom Wyant)
- Improved error handling of Xclip.pm
- Added at/clipfilter-test
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version: 0.10
date:    Wed Oct  6 21:16:25 EDT 2010
changes:
- Correct recognition of Windows in Makefile.PL (Alexandr Ciornii)
- Makefile.PL version update (Alexandr Ciornii)
- clipjoin now escapes weechat-type mess, and also now has -q flag.
- clipbrowse now defaults to chromium-browser.
- added at/clipjoin-test and at/clipbrowse-test
- Updating email address and copyright date.
- Minor text updates here and there.
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version: 0.09
date:    Thu Oct 20 09:30:45 CDT 2005
changes:
- Included Anton Berezin's Clipboard::Xclip fix for data that includes \n\n
- Added scripts/clipfilter (also with Anton's feedback)
- Removed dependency on IO::All
- Cheated to make CPAN tests pass (turned 'xclip' dependency into warning).
  The real fix here is probably to Inline::C it - the xclip source is not that
  hard to read and pare down to a minimal set.
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version: 0.08
date:    Tue Jun 21 23:10:15 CDT 2005
changes:
- Fixed the MSWin32 OS string.  Oops - I thought it was winSomething
- Added a few more OS strings
- clipaccumulate, the most obscure script in the batch!
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version: 0.07
date:    Thu Jun  2 00:10:26 PDT 2005
changes:
- fixed stupid typo in clipedit.  Not sure how I let this slip by me. =\
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version: 0.06
date:    Wed Jun  1 11:30:37 PDT 2005
changes:
- `editclip`, sure to be a celebrated entry in the world of clipboard editing!
- Renamed `joinclip` to `clipjoin`, and `browseclip` to `clipbrowse`.  Sorry
  if you already are in the habit of typing the others (I still am).
- `clipbrowse` now opens URLs into a new tab.



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