Revision history for Perl extension DateTime::Format::Duration.

0.00  Sun Nov  9 18:39:56 2003
	- original version; created by h2xs 1.22 with options
		-X -v1.00 --use-new-tests -b5.0.5 -nDateTime::Format::StrfDuration

1.00  Tue Dec 16 00:29:43 2003 (Australia/Melbourne)
	- Changed name to DateTime::Format::Duration
	- initial release to mailing list

1.0001 Tue Jan  6 20:18:00 2004 (Australia/Melbourne)
	- second release to mailing list
		- Support for Leap Seconds
		- Normalise dramtically overhauled and quickened
		- Docs said normalise and normalize. Code didn't.
		- Patterns now allowed outside the object
		- Parsing and Formatting now available without OO interface
		- Made pretty pictures for explaining normalisation concepts
		- Changed example formats to not look like DateTimes
		- Reworded parts of docs to make things clearer
		- Added a lot of normalisation tests as that's the most likely
		  place to get errors!
		Thanks to Dave Rolsky for most of the above suggestions.

1.0002 Wed Jan  7 23:35:00 2004 (Australia/Melbourne)
	- quiet release to cpan
		- This release just fixes some doc bugs I should have fixed last night.

1.01 Thu Jan  8 13:19:00 2004 (Australia/Melbourne)
	- the 'Britney Spears' release (oops I did it again)
		- Removed reliance on DateTime::Event::DST which doesn't exist!
			- Thanks David Wheeler and Mike Castle
		- Reorganised code to make it neater
		- Created new tests for normalising and parsing
		- Fixed bugs new tests revealed
		- Moved old, redundant tests to *.old.
		  They should still pass if you want them!

1.0101 2004-01-09T02:28:00Z
	- the 'anonymous tester' release
		- added 'use warnings'
		- fixed a missing escape on the whitespace parser
			- thanks to fairly anonymous CPAN tester!

1.02 2004-04-04
	- the 'Mixed Components' release
		- DateTime::Duration now accepts mixed components so the need
		  to handle them differently has been removed. Old methods
		  remain in place though. See the POD.

1.03 2007-06-01
	- the Björn Again release
		- This has been a looooong time coming, and I've only just
		  managed to get off my arse and fix it thanks to Björn
		- Fixed test 41 was incorrect.
		- All other tests were correct, but as date math had changed,
		  we needed to refactor the normalisation
		- Updated DateTime requirement to 0.30 -- the new math