Revision history for Perl extension MasonX::Interp::WithCallbacks. 1.19 2011-06-21T04:33:14 - Fixed a pasto in the "Support" section. - Moved repostitory to [GitHub](https://github.com/theory/class-meta/). - Fixed installation documentation in the READE so that it demonstrates using `Build.PL rather than `Makefile.PL`, as the latter is not included in the distribution. 1.18 2008-05-03T23:26:42 - Added "configure_requires" parameter to Build.PL and added Test::Pod to the "recommends" parameter. - Updated POD test to require Test::Pod 1.20 or later. - Fixed test failures under Perl 5.6. Reported by Slaven Rezic via CPAN-Testers. - Added a link to the Subversion repository. - Fixed the test suite to run properly with Apache::TestMB under mod_perl 2 as well as mod_perl 1. - Fixed failing test with older versions of CGI, such as that distributed with Perl 5.6.2. 1.17 2007-07-24T19:37:47 - Fixed test failures with Mason 1.36. Patch from Niko Tyni. 1.16 2006-07-21T17:00:55 - Replaced broken passthrough Makefile.PL with a real Makefile.PL. Reported by Scott Lanning. 1.15 2006-05-26T23:02:03 - Added missing t/htdocs/alt.mc to MANIFEST and therefore to the distribution. D'oh! 1.14 2006-05-26T22:55:15 - Now passing the the interp object to callbacks via the new 'requster' parameter the request() method of Params::CallbacRequest, introduced in version 1.15 of that module. - Added the comp_path() accessor. This so that callbacks can change it if they want, by calling $cb->requester->comp_path($comp_path). - Fixed CGI redirect tests to be compliant with the new "302 Found" header created by CGI.pm. It used to be "302 Moved". 1.13 2004-11-19T02:37:50 - Makefile.PL no longer requires Apache::TestMB, since it may not be installed, but MasonX::Interp::WithCallbacks can still be installed with Module::Build. Reported by Scott Lanning. - Added Apache::TestMB to the list of recommended modules in Build.PL. 1.12 2004-06-28T17:04:23 - Fixed Apache tests to eliminate failure under more recent versions of Apache::Test and LWP. - Changed "%PARAMS" to the correct Mason hash, "%ARGS", in the synopsis. Reported by Mike Dorman. - Ported installer from ExtUtils::MakeMaker to Module::Build using the newly released Apache::TestMB. 1.11 Wed Oct 8 20:12:20 2003 - Require Class::Container 0.09 or later. It seems that older versions don't work properly. - Updated Apache test to skip tests if the Apache server doesn't run mod_perl. Suggesed by Geoffrey Young. - Stopped checking for presence of LWP in Apache tests, since Apache::TestClient should work fine for the simple test requests. - The module now requires HTML::Mason 1.23, rather than just the requirements in Makefile.PL. - Require Params::CallbackRequest 1.11 or later to be in sync with request callback order of execution. - Fixed failing tests of notes functionality under Apache. Not sure how they ever passed, frankly. 1.10 Mon Sep 8 21:15:42 2003 - Code moved over from MasonX::ApacheHandler::WithCallbacks, which is deprecated. Differences from that class are as follows. - Callback handling code from MasonX::ApacheHandler::WithCallbacks has been migrated to Params::CallbackRequest. - Code from MasonX::CallbackHandler has been migrated to Params::Callback. - MasonX::CallbackTester has been removed, since it isn't necessary in a non-mod_perl environment. - Params::CallbackRequest::Exceptions supplies the exceptions thrown by Params::CallbackRequest, since that module is not strictly connected to Mason. - Changed the request_args() accessor from MasonX::CallbackHandler to params() in Params::Callback, to reflect the idea that this is a generic parameter-triggered callback architecture. - Replaced the ah() accessor, since the callback controller isn't a Mason ApacheHandler anymore, with cb_request() in Params::Callback. - Added cb_request() accessor to MasonX::Interp::WithCallbacks. - Replaced the "exec_null_cb_values" parameter from MasonX::ApacheHandler::WithCallbaks, which had defaulted to true, with "ignore_nulls" in Params::CallbackRequest, which defaults to false. - Added Params::CallbackRequest notes() interface, which copies all notes to the Mason request notes() interface before the request executes.