Revision history for LWP-Authen-OAuth2 0.12 2016-07-13T12:44:47 - fix typos in documentation (Nick Morrott, RT115463, RT115464) 0.11 2016-03-11T12:02:25 - Ensure lib loads and instantiates (Leon Wright) - Catch feature changes that break instantiation (Leon Wright) - Allow 'use_test_urls' to be optional (Leon Wright) 0.10 2016-01-11T20:28:13 - new class ServiceProvider::Dwolla (Adi Fairbank) - new method OAuth2->make_api_call (Adi Fairbank) - add configuration param use_test_urls (Adi Fairbank) - add expires_time() method (Adi Fairbank) - link to GitHub from META files; fix the string in LICENSE (Gabor Szabo) 0.09 2014-08-25T10:59:11+0200 - squashed some warnings (Leon Wright) - Strava Service Provider (Leon Wright) 0.08 2014-06-27T00:00:00 - NEW MAINTAINER: domm - inverted Changelog (newest entry on top) - Allow additional arguments to be passed to the save_tokens callback (Chris) - Fixed copying required/optional params in collect_action_params (Alexander Dutton) - Added overridable methods for returing authz and token endpoints (Alexander Dutton) 0.07 20131128 - 7:47 AM PST - Property acknowledge domm 0.06 20131128 - 7:47 AM PST - Add Module::Load dependency - Catch that the Google service provider was missing s/flow/client_type/. - Make syntax errors in a service provider less confusing to debug. 0.05 20130720 - 12:38 PM PDT - There was another (why don't I get to see these???) 0.04 20130717 - 6:34 PM PDT - Fix 2 minor POD formatting mistakes. 0.03 20130715 - 7:26 PM PDT - Find more dependencies. - Rename flow to client_type in many places. - Rename *_more_* to *_optional_* in ServiceProvider. - Rename *_defaults to *_init to be more descriptive. - Another documentation pass. 0.02 20130712 - 2:54 PM PDT *sigh* My machine was not running all of the tests that module starter installed. Other environments did, and therefore failed. Removed or fixed those. (Really, I do not want to have end user documentation in subclasses of parent methods that they were supposed to override.) 0.01 20130711 - 3:13 PM PDT First version, released on an unsuspecting world with much documentation and no useful tests.