Revision history for Email-Sender 1.300012 2014-07-10 09:55:35-04:00 America/New_York - documentation fix: there's no Email::MIME->delete_header (thanks, Kris Matthews) 1.300011 2014-03-02 18:16:12-05:00 America/New_York - run the sendmail program with -i by default (thanks, William Blunn) - do not die when a race causes mkpath(Maildir/new) to fail because the directory already exists 1.300010 2014-01-11 14:15:13-05:00 America/New_York - the SMTP transport now has a "debug" option 1.300009 2013-09-01 12:03:06 America/New_York see also 1.300008! switch to automatic determination of prereqs to improve accuracy 1.300008 2013-09-01 09:39:13 America/New_York [THIS MIGHT BREAK YOUR CODE] at long last, Sendmail and Maildir transports replaces CRLF with CR before piping [BUG FIXES] fixes a bug where recipients beginning with a - would not work with the Sendmail transport [rt.perl.org #66246] require Email-Abstract 3.006, to get Email-Simple 1.998, to get Email::Simple->new(\$str), resolving [rt.perl.org #85926] 1.300007 2013-03-19 14:58:27 America/New_York when sending over SMTP, send DATA in hunks of 1 mebibyte or smaller 1.300006 2013-03-17 17:23:21 America/New_York re-fix the problem with attribute accessors and role methods clashing, previously fixed in 0.102360 1.300005 2013-02-14 11:37:09 America/New_York add missing prereq, Sub::Exporter; thanks for report, Esteban Manchado Velázquez 1.300004 2013-02-09 10:09:02 America/New_York bump required version of MooX::Types::MooseLike 1.300003 2013-02-06 15:56:53 America/New_York make Wrapper transports proxy is_simple and allow_partial_success to the wrapped transport allow Wrapper transports to construct their own targets; useful for configuring entire wrapper chain from the environment 1.300002 2013-02-06 14:06:24 America/New_York THIS IS A BIG DEAL: see v1.300000 this is the first non-trial release using Moo instead of Moose increase version of Moo to interoperate with ancient Mouse.pm 1.300001 2013-01-07 21:38:31 America/New_York increase required versions of Throwable and Moo 1.300000 2013-01-02 22:42:58 America/New_York THIS IS A BIG DEAL: use Moo instead of Moose (thanks to Justin Hunter and Christian Walde!) 0.120002 2012-09-11 14:43:07 America/New_York added shift_deliveries to the Test transport, for treating the sent messages like a queue of things to inspect 0.120001 2012-07-19 16:28:01 America/Los_Angeles no changes from 0.120000, just marked as stable release 0.120000 2012-05-08 20:53:43 America/New_York THIS IS A BIG DEAL: This release deprecates the scalar context behavior of: * Failure->recipients * Failure::Multi->failures * Failure::Multi->recipients * Transport::Test->deliveries * Transport::Failable->failure_conditions Until now, these methods returned a list in list context and an array reference in scalar context. This still works, but scalar context calls will now generate a warning. In one year (2013-05), they will be become fatal. 0.110005 2012-03-05 21:37:35 America/New_York binmode output handle to avoid line ending munging in Mbox and Maildir; thanks, Christian Walde! 0.110004 2012-02-21 17:47:35 America/New_York import the "Bcc" page from the (otherwise empty) github wiki; this adds some information to the QuickStart page about why Bcc support isn't there and why this isn't a bug 0.110003 2012-02-01 15:09:52 America/New_York add the add_lines_header and add_envelope_headers attributes to Maildir transports 0.110002 2012-01-31 17:02:35 America/New_York Maildir deliveries now have a ->filename method to tell you just where the mail was delivered 0.110001 2011-04-03 16:32:15 America/New_York prevent Test::MinimumVersion test from causing a requirement on T::MV and, thus, PPI! Thanks for the report, Matt S. Trout! 0.110000 2011-03-17 21:40:36 America/New_York provide a much clearer and more fatal error when SASL authentication has failed because Authen::SASL or MIME::Base64 is not available 0.102370 2010-08-25 08:37:22 America/New_York remove spurious prereq on Sys::Hostname::Long (thanks ABH) tweak some tests for truth/definedness in SMTP transport 0.102360 2010-08-24 07:47:24 America/New_York avoid the need to use "excludes" in role application; this silences warnings with Moose 1.10 0.101760 2010-06-25 08:18:26 America/New_York fix sendmail.t with latest Capture::Tiny (Justin Hunter) 0.100460 2010-02-15 12:58:18 America/New_York avoid using AutoPrereq, as it brings in build_requires as requires 0.100450 2010-02-14 17:55:48 America/New_York allow timeout option to SMTP transport 0.100110 2010-01-11 10:43:57 America/New_York Email::Sender::Failure is now a Throwable::Error now uses Try::Tiny for internal exception handling 0.093380 2009-12-04 12:29:55 America/New_York bump Moose prereq to 0.70 based on feedback from ANDK 0.093110 2009-11-07 allow uppercase env vars to set transport attributes (charsbar) add "message" attribute to successes returned by SMTP transports 0.092840 2009-10-10 fix packaging error 0.092820 2009-10-09 improve reliability of t/sendmail.t (thanks, Mark Grimes) 0.091940 2009-07-12 packaging fixes (EU:MM version for LICENSE param) rt #47817 0.091930 2009-07-12 add some more common sendmail locations to default search 0.091870 2009-07-06 exclude unwanted methods from Email::Sender::Transport to suppress a new warning from Moose role composition 0.091740 2009-06-23 no code changes remove prereq of Test::More 0.88; weird things happened 0.091661 2009-06-15 THIS RELEASE MAY BREAK YOUR CODE... but probably not Email::Sender::Simple has been added, along with a manual Email::Sender is now a role Email::Sender::Transport is now a role, too; subclasses will break 0.004 2009-03-24 require perl5 version 8 move to Moose; let's not mess around, the Moose/Mouse stuff is not worth the minor savings 0.003 2009-03-12 Sendmail transport now uses 2-arg open on Win32 so it can work at all Win32-friendly tests added for Sendmail by the ever-awesome DAGOLDEN 0.002 2009-01-31 fix minor documentation errors 0.001 2009-01-02 SQLite transport split into its own dist, removed from this QUIT when ending a transmission in non-persist SMTP 0.000 2008-12-10 first CPAN demo release; It Probably Works!