2.001003 2015-04-15 - Relaxed all database checks to accept more databases. This change has no effect for customers using currently released MaxMind databases. - Replaced use of say in synopsis code so as to make it clear that this module works with Perl 5.8. Reported by Kevin Falcone. GitHub #12. 2.001002 2014-12-08 - Forgot to include Changes for 2.001001. 2.001001 2014-12-08 - Fixed a SYNOPSIS error in GeoIP2::Database::Reader. GitHub #11. 2.001000 2014-10-28 - Added support for the GeoIP2 Anonymous IP database. The GeoIP2::Database::Reader class now has an anonymous_ip() method which returns a GeoIP2::Model::AnonymousIP object. 2.000001 2014-09-22 - Removed beta notice from documentation. 2.000000 2014-09-22 - First production release. 0.050001 2014-09-17 - Relaxed city() database check to accept more databases. This change has no effect for customers using currently released MaxMind databases. 0.050000 2014-09-15 [BACKWARDS INCOMPATIBILITIES] - The deprecated city_isp_org() and omni() methods have been removed. Also, the insights() on GeoIP2::Database::Reader has been removed. - When looking up a private IP address in GeoIP2::Database::Reader, a GeoIP2::Error::Generic exception is now thrown by that class rather than relying on MaxMind::DB::Reader to throw an exception. - The GeoIP2::Database::Reader lookup methods (e.g., city(), isp()) now throw a GeoIP2::Error::Generic if they are used with a database that does not match the method. In particular, doing a city() lookup on a GeoIP2 Country database will result in an exception, and vice versa. [FEATURES] - A metadata() method has been added to the GeoIP2::Database::Reader class. This returns a MaxMind::DB::Metadata object with information about the database. 0.040005 2014-07-22 - No changes. Re-release to fix PAUSE permission issues. 0.040004 2014-07-22 - The web service client API has been updated for the v2.1 release of the web service. In particular, the city_isp_org() and omni() methods on GeoIP2::WebService::Client should be considered deprecated. The city() method now provides all of the data formerly provided by city_isp_org(), and the omni() method has been replaced by the insights method. Note that the city_isp_org() and omni() methods may start warning when used in the future. - Support was added for the GeoIP2 Connection Type, Domain, and ISP databases. 0.040003 2014-05-28 - Explicitly import the B module when we use it. This didn't break on our Perl but broke elsewhere. Reported by Wes Young. GitHub PR #3. 0.040002 2014-02-03 - Any webservice response with boolean values in the response caused a type error to be thrown. 0.040001 2014-01-14 - Updated the docs to mention the MaxMind::DB::Reader::XS module. - Renamed the languages constructor parameter to locales for both the Client and Reader classes. 0.040000 2013-07-16 - Added the GeoIP2::Database::Reader class. This provides an API for looking up data in a GeoIP2 database, as opposed to making a web service call. - Switched the version number scheme to X.YYYZZZ. - If an IP address is not found, whether for a web service call or in a downloaded database, the code always throws a GeoIP2::Error::IPAddressNotFound exception. 0.0302 2013-06-20 - Make the license section of the docs match the LICENSE file in the repo. We meant to use "same as Perl 5" everywhere. 0.0301 2013-06-10 - The first official beta release of this API. 0.0300 2013-05-23 - Allow IPv6 addresses to be passed to the GeoIP2::WebService::Client class's methods. - We now support more languages. The new languages are de, es, fr, and pt-BR. - Postal code data is now returned as a separate top-level object. We now provide a GeoIP2::Record::Postal class for this data. - The REST API returns a record with data about your account. There is a new GeoIP2::Record::MaxMind class for this data. - Fixed bug in the City & CityISPOrg classes. Their subdivions() method was not working. - Type constraint errors are now thrown as GeoIP2::Type::Error objects. 0.0200 2013-05-13 - Replaced all uses of Webservice with WebService. 0.0100 2013-05-13 - First release upon an unsuspecting world.