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Revision history for Find-Lib
1.04    Sat Sep 17 15:33:00 PDT 2011
        - Fix a minor bug where Cwd module is not required. RT#70768

1.03    Mon Jul 4 00:20:00 PDT 2011
        - Making this the final 1.03. All tests pass on cpantesters.

1.03_01 Wed Jun 29 11:05:00 PDT 2011
        - Revert 1.02 change, but keep a default to Cwd::cwd()

1.02    Mon Jun 20 22:00:00 PDT 2011
        - Fix a portabality issue s/$ENV{PWD}/Cwd::cwd()/ RT#68967
          Thanks to Tatsuhiko Miyagawa and Jesse Luehrs.

1.01    Tue Nov 10 12:30:00 PDT 2009
        - Fix a problem with File::Spec::Functions use of Exporter
          making Find::Lib->cat(dir|file) behaving incorrectly.

1.0     Tue Oct 27 13:40:00 PDT 2009
        *** Incompatible changes see details in 0.99 releases below. ***
        - Better diagnostics for some obscur test issues on obscur OSes

0.99_02 Fri Oct 23 18:00:00 PDT 2009
        - test change to try to make CPANTESTERS happy

0.99_01 Thu Oct 22 14:00:00 PDT 2009
        - Adds the shorter form "Find::Lib 'lib1', 'lib2', 'lib3';"
        - Add convenience  base(), catfile(), catdir() methods
        *** INCOMPATIBLE CHANGES ***
        - 'pkg' option is gone
        - the list arguments won't do any 'use' anymore

0.06    Thu May  8 22:30:00 PDT 2009
        - Still working on the test suite (I wish I could use cpantesters
        without making a release)

0.05    Thu May  7 19:52:00 PDT 2009
        - Minor fixes attempt for the test suite (CPANTESTERS)

0.04    Mon May  5 21:05:00 PDT 2009
        - Fixed the test suite for a warning that generates tons of FAIL report

0.03    Mon May  5 14:05:00 PDT 2009
        - Uses $ENV{PWD} to allow more DWIM, compared to the previous method
          that used resolved paths all over the place.
          Teamed up with Jonathan Steinert (hachi) for this idea.

0.02    Sat Dec  8 11:16:09 PDT 2007
        - POD fixes
        - Changed tests suite to make it compatible with perl 5.005
          (hopefully)

0.01    Fri Dec  7 19:30:31 PDT 2007
        First version, released on an unsuspecting world.




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