RKINYON / DBIx-Class-Sims-0.300002 / Changes

Revision history for DBIx::Class::Sims (ordered by revision number).

0.300002 Feb 28 2014 06:45:00 PDT
   - Move the null_chance test into xt/ because the way the test is structured
     causes spurious failures.
   - Account for a change in DBD::SQLite's reporting of a NULL constraint
     violation starting in 1.41_01.

0.300001 Feb 27 2014 06:45:00 PDT
   - Upgrade the minimum DBD::SQLite requirement for building because CPANTS is
     throwing failures.

0.300000 Feb 25 2014 08:15:00 PDT
   - THIS RELEASE CONTAINS A BREAKING API CHANGE.
   - The random seed is returned as part of a new optional second value.
      - It may be specified in the call to load_sims.

0.200100 Feb 25 2014 08:15:00 PDT
   - Call toposort as a class method of TopoSort, not as a component method.
   - Allow the load_sims method to be called as a class method of Sims
      - This allows using this class without requiring it as a component.
       (Thanks, Ovid!)

0.200020 Feb 25 2014 08:15:00 PDT
   - Add the ability to set sim info at any time (not just at compile-time).
     (Thanks, Ovid!)

0.200010 Feb 25 2014 08:15:00 PDT
   - Fix a bug where multiply-specified children were not linked properly.

0.200001 Jan 07 2014 14:15:00 PDT
   - Add the missing us_firstname and us_lastname to the ::Types export list
     (Thanks, moltar!)
   - Moved to the proper version numbering (per mst)

0.20 Dec 25 2013 20:00:00 PDT
   - THIS RELEASE CONTAINS A BREAKING API CHANGE.
   - All of these changes are due bug reports from moltar on github.
   - You can now specify the values of the primary key. (Issue #1)
   - The second and third options to load_sims() have been merged into a single
     second option of "options".
     - The constraints parameter is now $options->{constraints}
     - The hooks parameter is now $options->{hooks}
   - There is now a new $options->{toposort} which allows passing options to the
     underlying TopoSort implementation. This is primarily useful for self-
     referential tables.

0.10 Oct 17 2013 19:00:00 PDT
   - THIS RELEASE CONTAINS A BREAKING API CHANGE.
   - The return value from load_sims() now contains the whole $row object, not
     just a hashref of the primary keys.
   - You can now pass in things other than an array of hashes for a resultsource
     in the sim specification.
       - A number, if all you're willing to accept the defaults and sims.
       - A hashref, if you just want one thing.
       - An arrayref (this was the previous API)
       - If you pass in anything else, that resultsource will be skipped.
   - You can now pass in a sim entry instead of a value for a given column.

0.06 Oct 06 2013 08:15:00 PDT
   - Fixed a bug where specifying an auto-generated parent's columns didn't
     actually set the values on the parent.

0.05 Sep 20 2013 17:30:00 PDT
   - Better documentation of the "sim" entry in the column_info
   - Added nullable frequency.
      - This allows control over when a nullable column is null vs. populated.
   - Added the following column types:
      - ip_address

0.04 Sep 20 2013 14:30:00 PDT
   - Split out the included types documentation into its own POD
   - Added "value" as an sim option.
      - This behaves like default_value without requiring a default_value on
        the column.
   - Added the following column types:
      - us_firstname
      - us_lastname
      - email_address
   - us_name uses us_firstname and us_lastname, plus sometimes provides a middle
     initial.

0.03 Sep 20 2013 08:00:00 PDT
   - Added missing files to the MANIFEST
      - Which included this file
   - Added the following column types:
      - us_city

0.02 Sep 19 2013 17:30:00 PDT
   - Removed unneeded import of Data::Dumper
   - set_sim_type() now takes a hashref, not a hash.
      - The documentation in 0.01 was correct, the code was not.
   - Added the following column types:
      - us_address
      - us_county
      - us_name
      - us_phone
      - us_ssntin
      - us_state

0.01 Sep 18 2013 20:00:00 PDT
   - Initial version



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