IRONCAMEL / Net-OpenStack-Compute-1.1003 / Changes

Revision history for Net-OpenStack-Compute

1.1003  2013-12-29
        Added more POD documentation.

1.1002  2012-07-02
        Tired of Moo breaking things. Switching to Moose.

1.1001  2012-05-26
        Don't use an array ref with around, which Moo doesn't seem to like.
        Thanks Jonathan "Duke" Leto (https://github.com/leto).

1.1000  2012-04-12
        Added new_from_env constructor.
        Refactored auth logic into a role.
        Converted to Moo from Any::Moose.

1.0900  2012-04-05
        Added support for OSCOMPUTE_INSECURE option.

1.0802  2012-03-16
        Stopped ignoring error responses for GETs.

1.0801  2012-03-15
        Minor POD documentation updates.

1.0800  2012-03-15
        Added --insecure and --query options.

1.0700  2012-02-28
        Added support for RAX auth.
        Added support for server resize and reboot actions.

1.0601  2012-02-13
        Unicode output no longer issues a warning.

1.0600  2012-01-27
        Added support for setting server's admin password.
        Added aliases for subcommands in oscompute.

1.0500  2012-01-19
        Added support for server rebuild.

1.0401  2012-01-17
        Fixed the parsing of the create image response.

1.0400  2012-01-14
        Can now show or delete a server by name in oscompute.

1.0302  2012-01-03
        Added token() and base_url() methods.

1.0301  2012-01-03
        Forgot to add App::Rad::Plugin::MoreHelp dep.

1.0300  2012-01-02
        Added single letter abbreviations for CLI commands.

1.0200  2011-12-29
        Added support for flavors.

1.0102  2011-12-28
        Display private ip's if public ip's are missing.

1.0101  2011-12-28
        Added App::Rad dep.

1.0100  2011-12-28
        Adding support for images.

1.0001  2011-12-22
        Fixing POD generation for oscompute.

1.0000  2011-12-22
        Major interface changes for oscompute command line tool, inspired
            by git's command line tool.
        Added Auth module.

0.0001  2011-09-28
        First version, released on an unsuspecting world.




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