Revision history for perl distribution Graph-ReadWrite 2.09 2016-08-05 NEILB - Added the ability to cluster nodes in subgraphs when generating Dot format output. PR from Joenio Costa++. 2.08 2015-10-30 NEILB - Switched to Dist::Zilla - Updated the github repo URL after changing my github username - Removed a spurious =back from Graph::ReadWrite. Thanks to Lucas Kanashiro for RT#106063 2.07 2015-02-21 NEILB - Made mentions in SEE ALSO be links. MANWAR++ for starting this. - Added Graph::ReadWrite module, so there's a module that matches the dist name. - The NAME field in Makefile.PL was set to dist name (Graph-ReadWrite) instead of module name (Graph::ReadWrite). 2.06 2014-01-24 - Graph::Write::daVinci had a different version number from all the other modules. 2.05 2014-01-22 - the daVinci writer would sometimes fail due to the random hash order change in Perl 5.18 - Specified min perl version as 5.6.0 - Added ExtUtils::MakeMaker to CONFIGURE_REQUIRES - Changed Makefile.PL to metaspec 2 2.04 2013-07-27 - Added license type to Metadata - Ensured all releases in this file have a date, as per CPAN::Changes::Spec 2.03 2012-02-14 - added ABSTRACT, AUTHOR and github repository info to Makefile.PL - added parent, Carp, and File::Compare as pre-reqs 2.02 2012-02-12 - Pulled out the Parse::Yapp::Driver code that was embedded in the Dot reader. PAUSE didn't like me uploading code for a module I don't have permission for. Now added as a pre-req. 2.01 2012-02-12 - Fixed RT bug #39792: trying to call method set_graph_attribute() on Graph::Reader::XML, which should have been set_attribute(). - changed calls to File::Compare::compare() to hopefully cope with EOL differences between Windows and Unix. Reported by Philip Potter, and fix noted by Max - Ensured all modules were use'ing strict and warnings. Fixed warnings :-) - Cleaned up formatting of all modules - renamed ChangeLog to Changes and reformatted as per CPAN::Changes::Spec 2.00 2005-01-02 - made the changes needed to work with version 0.5 of Graph classes - patch to Graph::Reader::Dot from Mark Hillebrand. - fixed warnings "Using a hash as a reference is deprecated" - added support for new Dot attributes to Graph::Reader::Dot - node ids are now quoted in Graph::Writer::Dot, which means you can safely have space, ':', '-', and other interesting characters in node ids. 1.07 2002-07-09 - Added XML::Parser and XML::Writer as dependencies in Makefile.PL. This was prompted by looking at testers.cpan.org, which has this distribution as failing. 1.06 2002-03-20 - Graph::Writer::VCG - common attributes (label, color, and text color) weren't supported on edges. Bug and fix reported by Alexandre Cherif. 1.05 2002-01-20 - Added a basic test-suite. - Commented out debugging output in the HTK Writer. Sorry Phil! 1.04 2001-11-11 - Added Graph::Reader::Dot, a reader for the Dot format contributed by Mark Hillebrand. - Fixed a bug in Graph::Reader::XML, found by Mark Hillebrand. The reader would only cope with a single <attribute> element inside each graph, node or edge element. - Changed contact email address to neil at bowers dot com 1.03 2001-04-25 - Added reader and writer classes for HTK lattice files. 1.02 2001-03-18 - Fixed a bug in the XML writer module - the way it was using XML::Writer caused STDOUT to be closed after you've written a graph. I consider it a bug in XML::Writer, but I was able to change the way Graph::Writer::XML uses that module. Basically it just means that we construct a new instance of XML::Writer every time we write out a graph. For most uses, this won't be a problem, but you'd notice a hit if you were creating the writer and then writing a lot of graphs. This was noticed by Mike Hayward <firstname.lastname@example.org> 1.01 2001-03-12 - Added support for URL attribute on nodes in Dot. - Added support for almost all attributes understood by VCG. - Added a rough cut at a Writer class for daVinci: Graph::Writer::daVinci 1.00 2001-02 - Initial release - has baseclass for Reader and Writer classes. - Reader and Writer for simple XML format. - Writers for Dot and VCG formats.