Revision history for Perl module Crypt::Rijndael

1.13
    * Correctly null-terminate encoded/decoded strings (RT 769/#5)

1.12 - 2014-01-03
	* Get rid of MYMETA

1.11 - 2012-07-28
	* Clarify the license as LGPL v3 (29 June 2007) (RT 78629)

1.10 - 2012-07-11
	* Add MirBSD support. It's the same options as Sun stuff.

1.08 - 2009-12-09
	* Promoting development release to full release.
	* This release mainly clarifies the licensing.

1.07_02 - 2008-11-04
	* RT #40511: Give a better warning when you try to use tainted
	data as an initialization vector. If anyone wants to use
	tainted data, they can patch the code to accept it.

1.07_01 - 2008-10-14
	* Clarify that these files are under the Lesser GNU Public License
	(also known as the Library GNU Public License).

1.07 - 2008-08-15
	* Fixed the odd character problems in some of the files
	* No need to upgrade if you already have this installed

1.06_03 - 2008-06-22
	* Trying the __sgi definition. If this doesn't make things
	blow up, this release will get bumped to 1.07.

1.06_02 - 2008-06-19
	* Removed wide chars from the header file. Some compilers
	like to complain about things that are wrong. :(

1.06_01 - 2008-06-18
	This is a test of a fix for Irix.

1.06_01 - 2008-06-04
	* This is a test of a fix for Irix.

1.06 - 2008-04-23
	* This release has a compiler-bug workaround for Sun C 5.9
	identified by Andy Armstrong. No, really, it was a compiler
	bug: http://in.opensolaris.org/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=53641&tstart=0
	* You don't need to upgrade if you already have 1.05.

1.05_02 - 2008-04-20
	* This is a workaround for a Solaris compiler bug, but let's
	see what CPAN Testers does with it.

1.05_01 - 2007-11-20
	* Updated rijndael.h to handle Mac OS X Panther, thanks to John Fong.
	* No need to upgrade if you already have this installed.

1.05 - 2007-11-09
	* This version fixes the signed integer problems that Solaris had.
	* Now this module requires perl 5.6.
	* You don't need to upgrade if your system isn't Solaris.

1.04_03 - 2007-10-15
	* Quashed warnings about overflows by casting numbers to
	unsigned ints.
	* This compiles warning-free and passes all tests on
	Solaris 10 with gcc 3.4.6, so it might take care of RT#27632

1.04_02 - 2007-09-19
	* remove test files that shouldn't be there

1.04_01 - 2007-09-12
	* This developer release explores the Solaris bug noted in
	RT#27632. Some Solaris installations may be encrypting or
	decrpyting incorrectly.

1.04 - 2007-02-23
	* Todd Ross adjusted rijndael.h to use __sun to identify Solaris boxes. GCC
	uses __sun__ or __sun, but Solaris cc only uses __sun :
	http://blogs.sun.com/morganh/date/20060928
	* If you've already compiled this module, you don't need to upgrade

1.03 - 2007-02-22
	* Updated distro to include missing Pod tests
	* No code changes

1.02 - 2007-01-25
	* Updated docs to show cipher modes. No need to upgrade if you
	already have this.

1.01 - 2007-01-10
	* Bump to a release version. This is the same as 0.06_10.
	* This release should fix the problems with INT types on all
	platforms, including 64 bit platforms.

0.06_10 - 2007-01-10
	* Let's try the int type for MinGW:wq

0.06_09 - 2006-12-15
	* Updated header file to handle Solaris special case
	* I think this might be the release candidate for 0.07! :)

0.06_08 - 2006-11-29
	* Adjusting WIN32 targets for typedefs. Some things look like both
	Unix and Windows, so I don't want compilers to choke if it tries to
	redefine types.

0.06_07 - 2006-11-27
	* more header file fiddling to get everyone to define the right
	abstract types. This time check for _SYS_TYPES_H

0.06_06 - 2006-11-17
	* Fooled with header file some more, and tested it myself on
	Cygwin. Instead of checking for WIN32, just check for __CYGWIN__

0.06_05 - 2006-11-17
	* The last two revisions seem to not define UINTxx and ends up with a
	parse error. Let's try this, as I go off to dig out my Windows box.

0.06_04 - 2006-11-15
	* Try UINT patch from David Golden to get this to work on MinGW

0.06_03 - 2006-11-15
	* Re-jiggered logic to define UINT32 and UINT8. First I'll try
	sys/types.h, then check if they are already defined elsewhere, and
	lastly hardcode the typedefs based on platform. The previous
	release (0.06_02) had some problems on Windows from conflicting
	typedefs (similar to the cygwin problems with libjpeg and X), so
	I guard my typedefs by checking for previous definitions. Let's
	hope those previous definitions are right :)

0.06_02 - 2006-11-12
	* Let's try some hardcoded types for UINT(32|8) for Windows.

0.06_01 - 2006-11-12
	* Adjust version number to match distro number (RT #4227)
	* Use <sys/types.h> instead of hard-coding (RT #22755, 9514, 18812,
	1444, 503).
	* This module is now maintained by brian d foy (bdfoy@cpan.org)