DWHEELER / Data-Types-0.09 / Changes

Revision history for Perl extension Data::Types.

0.09  2011-06-20T03:15:50
      - Moved repostitory to [GitHub](https://github.com/theory/data-types/).
      - Switched to a "traditional" `Makefile.PL`.

0.08  2008-05-05T19:01:10
       - Added Test::Pod to the "recommends" parameter in Build.PL.
       - Added Module::Build to the "build_requires" parameter in Build.PL.
       - Updated copyright.
       - Added a link to the Subversion repository.
       - Updated the POD test to take advantage of Test::Pod 1.20 or later.

0.07  2008-01-22T18:27:22
       - Added Module::Build to the "configure_requires" parameter in
         Build.PL. This should help prevent failures on systems that don't
         already have Module::Build installed and run Makefile.PL. Reported by
         Slaven Rezic.
       - Added Test::Simple to the "build_requires" parameter in Build.PL.

0.06  2006-05-23T00:45:44
        - Added POD tests.
        - Backwards compatibility change: Whole numbers now include 0. This is
          more inline with accepted mathmatical definitions. See, e.g.,
          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whole_number
          http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/57052.html
        - Added is_count() and to_count() to match whole numbers exclusive of
          zero. These functions match the previous behavior of is_whole() and
          to_whole().
        - Fixed a typo in my email address.

0.05    Tue Aug 26 01:21:03 2003
        - Switched to Module::Build.

0.04    Thu Jul 25 05:09:13 2002
        - Added reference to Arthur Bergman's new "types" pragma for Perl
          5.8.0. Thought I'd done it in 0.03, but I guess not.

0.03  Mon Jul 22 21:05:26 2002
        - Fixed to_float() tests so that comparison is more precise. Necessary
          for compatability with Perl 5.8.0 (and probably better, anyway).
        - Reorganized structure of distribution to reflect more modern standard
          for CPAN modules.

0.02  Thu Jan  3 22:06:42 PST 2002
        - Added second argument to to_string() that will truncate the string.
        - Fixed Regular expression in is_int() so that it doesn't match '+' or
          '-'. Thanks to David Alban for the spot.

0.01  Wed Jan  2 12:13:19 PST 2002
        - original version.



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