SZABGAB / Syntax-Highlight-Engine-Kate-0.09 / Changes

Revision history for Perl extension Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate.


0.09 2014.06.07
    - Require Test::Warn for testing.
    - Support case insensitive names. RT #84982 (Jeff Fearn)
    - Replace use of File::Slurp with Path::Tiny (Martin McGrath)
    - Spelling RT #88156 (Debian)
    - Better error message when plugin is missing RT #20873

0.08 2013.05.27
    - Add stub files Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::BaseTest and
      Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::BaseTestchild to kick the old
      ones out of the PAUSE index. #85463

0.07 2012.09.23
	- fixed some errors in the BibTeX-related documentation (ZENOG)
	- revisited conversion of Kate's highlight definitions (Jan Pokorny)
    - Added some regression tests (Ovid)
    - Some cleanup and adding conversion script (jnpkrn)

0.06 2009.07.23

	- Fixing #45512: broken test by silencing the warnings
	- Switch to use Test::More
	- Switch to Module::Install

0.05 Mon Jun 8 2009

	- Released by Gabor Szabo
	- Adding test and fixing RT bug #36328: no BaseTest and BaseTestchild modules

0.04 04 Feb 2008


0.03 Sun Feb 3 2008

	- Fixed countless errors.
	- Added support for Ansys, Apache Configuration, Email, FreeBASIC, Kate File Template,
	  de_DE, en_EN, nl, M3U, Wikimedia, x.org Configuration
	- No more 16 Mb output at make test

0.02  Wed Nov 01 2006

	- Fixed bug in Perl with the q' ' construct.
	- Fixed bug in Template where testDetectSpaces would include a newline.
	- Moved all highlighting Methods from Kate to Template, so plugins can now
	  function standalone.
	- Fixed reset, it did not work properly if Kate was screwed up by bugs, now it does.
	- Updated documentation.
	- Fixed startup penalty for Kate. Kate does not load all plugins at atartup, but
	  searches for them programmatically.
	- Rewrote testing, Windows OS should now be able to cope with the length of the
	  test-harness commandline.
	- Optimized testmethods in Template, gained some speed.

0.01  Mon May 29 2006

	- First release



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