Revision history for MooseX-Types-Structured 0.35 2015-12-27 00:32:49Z - avoid spaces in slurpy type constraint names (ilmari, PR#1) 0.34 2015-08-16 02:39:14Z - bump namespace::clean prereq 0.33 2015-04-01 17:10:23Z - avoid using a method installer in the main importer, to avoid removing subs' blessedness (RT#103247) 0.32 2015-03-28 21:39:38Z - fix namespace cleaning with older MooseX::Types 0.31 2015-03-28 21:08:14Z - various misc distribution and packaging cleanup 0.30 2013-12-19 22:51:17Z - remove pod from internal and unindexed modules, for a prettier metacpan release page 0.29 2013-11-20 23:36:48Z - fixed use of an interface that was deprecated in Moose-2.1100 (ether) - repository migrated from shadowcat to the github moose organization 0.28 2011-10-03 - Fixed regression where mixed type constraints (MX:Types style and 'classic' Stringy style) are used in a single structured type doesn't work. 0.27 2011-04-28 - test fixes for new Moose 0.26 2011-01-02 - removed version from Test::Fatal as asked by the debian folks - small documentation updates 0.25 2010-12-28 - fixed bug where ->is_subtype_of dies meaninglessly when the type we are trying to check is not a type we can find. This makes our handling consistent with core Moose. Also changed ->equals and ->is_a_type_of to be consistent. - Added test case for above - The test suite now uses Test::Fatal instead of Test::Exception (Karen Etheridge). 0.24 2010-11-16 - Added some performance enhancing caching code (phaeton) 0.23 2010-07-01 - Changes to the return value of ->validate that hopefully is both backwardly compatible as well as more detailed. Now if you have a deeply recursive of repeated type constraints inside other type constraints you will get a drill down report to show the actual type constraint that failed 0.22 2010-06-01 - Added tests to demonstrate type constraint equality problem introduced in Moose 1.05 0.21 2010-03-26 - Removed unneed module from test - additional contributed documentation fixes 0.20 2010-02-04 - Add a new Map type. (Ricardo SIGNES) - Properly handle Optional types within Tuples and Dicts. (Florian Ragwitz) 0.19 2009-11-06 - Require Devel::PartialDump 0.10 and change tests to expect the correct format of error. 0.18 2009-08-17 - Changed the Makefile.PL to reduce dependencies not needed by users that are not authors. Bumped the revision and released to clear an error with cpan permissions. 0.17 2009-08-12 - No new functionality. - Changed the way we specify dependencies in the Makefile.PL to reduce the depth of the dependency chain in cases where we don't need to be running the author quality tests. - Some documentation tweaks. 0.16 2009-05-28 - Fix failing tests and test warnings on MooseX::Types 0.11. 0.15 2009-05-27 - Change copy on license and added contributors section 0.14 2009-05-01 - Use a builder instead of wrapping new to set the default structured coercion (rafl). - Make overflow (slurpy) type constraints introspectable and the name of constraints using them reasonable (rafl). 0.13 2009-04-25 - Explicitly don't inline yet another constructor to avoid warnings (autarch). 0.12 2009-04-21 - Explicitly don't inline the constructor to avoid warnings (rafl). - Pathological test cases for API methods equals, is_a_type_of and is_subtype_of (rafl). - significant improvements to API methods is_a_type_of, is_subtype_of and equals (nothingmuch). 0.11 2009-04-06 - Fixed braindead bug in the way I override ->validate, which caused valiate to never correctly pass a constraint. 0.10 2009-04-02 - Minor documentation grammar fixes and one major example error fixed - Much improved error reporting. Now we return the 'internal' error that kicked a validation failure. It's still best to use this for debugging rather than for actual user error messages, since I think we are rapidly approaching a need for Moose constraints needing more in the error and message reporting. - Documentation for the above. 0.09 2009-03-07 - I guess we don't support the "subtype MyType, [TypeConstraint]" syntax anymore. Changed the recursion test to reflect that, which should fix my 100% fail rate :) 0.08 2009-03-06 - New Feature: slurpy method for when you want a structured type constraint that allows trailing arguments of indeterminate length. Please see the documentation and the '11-overflow.t' test for more. - Documentation for above as well as a bunch of POD cleanups, spell checks and improvements to formatting. - Stevan Little submitted a sweet update to the '10-recursion.t' test that blows my mind. Will probably form the core of a to be done set of cookbook style PODs. Worth looking at. - First step at improving the error message you get when validation fails. A full error stacktrace is not in this release, but you now at least get to see part of the offending value. 0.07 2008-12-09 - Fixed typo in previous changelog - documentation improvements and updates - increased version requirement for MooseX::Types so that we can take advantage of the recursion support added. - added test for recursion. 0.06 2008-12-06 - Added a 'helper' type constraint called Optional. See docs for more. - added lots of tests to cover the API better, coverage and fixes for the ->parameterize method in particular have been clarified. - changes so that the type contraints are more forgiving when null values appear in method calls. - used ->make_immutable which should speed up the constraints. - removed some unnecessary calls to use Moose when I wasn't using Moose. - lots of little code cleanup work and more internal documentation. - This version requires a newer Moose than previous versions. The Makefile.PL has been updated to reflect this. This is a required update. 0.05 2008-11-08 - Fixed some wackiness in the documentation. 0.04 2008-11-07 - Bumped minimum required versions of Moose and MooseX-Types to solve problem with overloading and type constraint names (issue resolved in Moose code.) - Changed the way the required Perl version string is used to increase compatibility and lowered minimum required Perl 0.03 2008-10-29 - Fixed incorrect Perl version string (rafl) - hide the meta classes from pause. This should clarify which POD is the right one to read and also I want to discourage people from subclassing that stuff since it will probably change - various documentation cleanup - new test 'example.t' with runable versions of the code in the example POD section. 0.02 2008-10-28 - cleared up some typos in the test suite - Fixed some POD formatting issues, mostly some dumb tabs I ended up with when I switched editors. Added a bit more documentation 0.01 2008-10-27 - Completed basic requirements, documentation and tests.