Revision history for Test-BrewBuild

2.22    2019-10-19
        - added timestamp() to BrewBuild, exact code copy from Logging::Simple
        - Dispatch now creates bblog output file with a timestamp appended so
          that we can maintain multiple fail/pass logs for review
        - fix issue in Git where in some cases, we'd fail looking up a repo,
          but weren't receiving any errors. This rendered tests to fail, but the
          process to proceed (fixes #247)
        - fix issue when using "-c brewbuild -o ver" with a single version (with
          bbdispatch -c "bb -o" or just plain "brewbuild"), results weren't
          being returned properly (fixes #246)
        - --notest for brewbuild is now disabled in the default config file
        - bbdispatch --tester now defaults to if not supplied, via the
          config file (closes #248)
        - modify warning and die() if in dispatch auto mode and a tester isn't
          available (closes #234)
        - dispatcher is now properly informed if a repo is invalid, and the
          testers continue to run as opposed to croaking (fixes #251)

2.21    2019-06-07
        - modified text in dispatch auto mode LCD output (closes #233)
        - Dispatch auto() now logs at startup how many seconds between each test
          run (closes #238)
        - removed a debug print line from Dispatch::auto()'s LCD output
          (closes #244)
        - fix issue in brew_info tests where perlbrew added non-conforming
          versions in 'perlbrew available'
        - in BC::installed() we now croak if the proper params not sent in
        - if only one Perl is installed, we now check to ensure we have the
          perl version header in the results, if not, we add it (fixes #241)
        - if we're using LCD output and the LCD is 4 row by 20 col, display the
          number of test failures (closes #235)
        - add troubleshooting section in POD to inform how to proceed if
          installation fails (closes #242)

2.20    2018-04-16
        - modified layout of LCD output to be more conducive of numerous runs
        - refactored the bbdispatch "auto" argument handling, fixing an issue
          where setting a run count never stopped auto mode (fixes #224)
        - cleanup of logging in auto mode upon completion of a run
        - updated perls in Travis CI to include 5.26, 5.24
        - removed requirement for external t/script/ script
          (fixes #226)
        - fix issue in Git::clone() where we weren't croaking if a fatal error
          when cloning was encountered
        - fix issue in t_bugs/164_dispatch_show_help_on_bad_args.t where we
          were reading the config file causing failure. Now we just move it out
          of the way temporarily to confirm the bug was fixed correctly
        - changed the logic of Dispatch when in auto mode so that LCD warnings
          are thrown at the correct time
        - added rpi_lcd_cols and rpi_lcd_rows directives to the config file for
          Dispatch; sets the LCD row and column count, and modified the display
          for 4x20 LCDs
        - removed "--yes" from the perlbrew uninstall command. Newer versions
          of Perlbrew (ie. > 0.76) don't seem to honour it
        - slight test cleanup
        - _dzil_unshim() now returns early if not operating on a Dist::Zilla
          distribution (closes #230)
        - added all config file directives to the config file POD (closes #227)
        - to allow for 4x2 RPi LCDs, we've extended the environment variable
          (closes #231)
        - added to eliminate hard-coded magic numbers (and other
          info) (closes #222)
        - all complex regexes are now housed in and fetched from new ::Regex
          module (closes #223)
        - in BBCmd->remove(), we check if perlbrew version > 0.76, and if so, we
          add the "--yes" flag to the uninstall command

2.19    2017-08-05
        - added 'status' command to bbtester, prints to STDOUT whether a tester
          is currently running or not (closes #214)
        - added pid() to, returns the running PID, and 0 if a tester
          is not currently running
        - Dispatch now has a separation between a finish and a start
          (closes #215)
        - moved Dispatch LCD initialization call to within the block its needed.
          See stevieb9/rpi-wiringpi#41
        - Tester has been significantly beefed to to properly know when it has
          been left in an inconsistent state, and properly cleans itself up in
          all three phases (start, stop and status). (closes #219)
        - fixed a regression where somehow, the LCD object was being created in
          loop fashion, crashing when the limit of eight was reached 
          (closes #221)
        - --rpi mode for bbdispatch now prints the number of runs completed when
          in auto mode on the LCD

2.18    2017-06-25
        - logging output modifications (changes and relocations)
        - in Git::listen(), we now make comparisons of the commit checksums, and
          if they are equal, we no longer perform a pull request
        - added Test::BrewBuild::Plugin::Author as a required dependency
        - added a section to Tutorial that covers using Plugins
        - for RPi LCD mode, changed commit csum to 7 chars as opposed to 8,
          which is typical/common across the board
        - major changes on how we figure out which module is the distribution
          name. Instead of taking the first module name found, we check each one
          with MetaCPAN::Client, and use the first one found that is a legit
          distribution (work on #208)
        - fix uninit warning in bbtester. We were trying to use $ARGV[0] even
          in cases where it wasn't defined
        - fix issue where in Dispatch, we were loading the wrong directive
          value into $self->{auto_sleep} from the config file
        - fix issue where we getting segfaults when bbdispatch was in auto mode
          with --rpi enabled. We were creating a new LCD on each run, and were
          eventually hitting wiringPi's MAX_LCD (8) limit. Moved the LCD init
          to run once on object instantiation (fixes #209; fixes 
        - in bbdispatch, the --repo|-r flag will prepend if
          you omit it. To do so, you need to specify the repo in 
          "user/repo-name" format
        - hard coded MetaCPAN::Client version in Makefile to 2.017000 due to a
          bug I reported and was fixed promptly by Mickey. See

        - updated auto log entry at end of dispatch run to include seconds
          we'll be sleeping (closes #212)
        - fix issue where the repo link was being pre-pended twice with the URL
          in log entries due to an earlier change (closes #211)
        - opened PR for

2.17    2017-04-27
        - troubleshooting issue where this current commit is causing the LCD
          to shift off a couple chars per run. This needs to be looked at
        - workaround for above off-by-one LCD issue (stevieb9/rpi-lcd#5). The
          global LCD object is now created on each return of a Tester. This
          isn't ideal but we'll fix that next
        - Git should log out checksums (closes #198)
        - each module logs out a characteristic header when an object is
        - cleaned up the log entry for the plugin args in BrewBuild
        - added "waiting for tester" log entry line (closes #200)
        - re-ordered log entries at the point the tester goes into listen state
          (closes #197)
        - wrap code lines > 80 cols
        - reduced the number of calls to Git::name() in Tester::listen().
          Instead of making numerous repeated calls, we now just stash a single
          call into a variable (closes #196)
        - Tester now logs out its arguments when in debug 7 mode (closes #195)
        - POD cleanup (closes #170)
        - added RPi integration examples to the FAQ
        - slight changes to test_log tests to conform to the changes made within
          this version
        - Git::git() now keeps a copy of the actual command and returns it
          after the first full run. This removes unneeded duplicate log
          entries(closes #203)
        - several log entry modifications/cleanup
        - in Dispatch::auto(), only attempt to fetch the commit csums if there
          were results returned (work on #205)
        - in Tester::listen(), moved the logging of the csums up one level.
          Instead of only logging if we're comparing csums, we log them in all
          auto runs regardless if the check is done or not (work on #205)
        - added several more command line args to the config file (work on
        - fix issue in Git::revision(). If Dispatch wasn't run from the repo
          directory directly, 'git ls-remote' wouldn't ever get any csums back.
          Now, revision() requires a repo param if remote is sent in (closes

2.16    2017-04-21
        - remove the named loop in Dispatch::_fork() (closes #188)
        - changed all calls to die() to croak() (closes #189)
        - in doc and help screen, specify 5.8.9 specifically as the lowest
          version of perl we'll use if --legacy isn't sent in (closes #190)
        - --auto mode for the dispatcher now defaults to 0 (closes #192)
        - fix issue in Dispatch where if we have to set --auto to 0, we were
          using the wrong variable rendering early exit 
        - finished the auto-test (--csum) code in tester/Tester to skip the
          checking of repository checksums before deciding whether a test run
          should proceed
        - now that we've decided not to use plugins for --auto, removed an if()
          clause that was in place for that purpose
        - in Tester, --csum now is properly passed along when in background
          (start) mode
        - --auto, --csum and --rpi mode all work correctly

2.15    2017-04-12
        - fixed issue in Git::revision() where we weren't actually checking the
          remote commit SHA1 sum correctly
        - all log objects reflect the module short name, not the full module
          path (closes #176)
        - moved all auto repo checking and comparisons to Tester
        - repo param must be sent in to bbdispatch when running in auto mode
          (fixes #176)
        - added -a|--auto flag to tester. This must be set when running dispatch
          in auto mode (closes #177)
        - clean up erroneous and incorrect error in logs about brewbuild args in
          auto mode if nothing is returned from the tester
        - fix issue with auto, if 0 is specified it wasn't acting like unlimited
          but stopping after first run
        - fix issue where --auto param wasn't being used when Tester was running
          in the background (ie. bbtester start)
        - remove Contributing and support sections in POD, updated copyright
          year (closes #175)
        - added --rpi flag to bbdispatch, used with --auto to enable LCD output
          when running RPi::WiringPi unit tests on a Raspberry Pi (this is a
          specific purpose feature only for my own testing). In order to work,
          bbtester needs to run in auto mode as does dispatch, and the
          BB_RPI_LCD env var must be set to a comma delimited list of six pin
          numbers that connect the LCD to the GPIO
        - added _lcd() in Dispatch for the above addition
        - backed out the check in Git::clone() using head(), as it wasn't
          working correctly on the RPi
        - built in RPi::WiringPi auto tester implemented. Runs tests in auto
          mode, and displays results to LCD
        - fix bug in Git::revision(). The git command wasn't quoted, so on
          Windows, it broke at "C:\Program"
        - links within the config file POD now direct to the binaries, not the
          libraries (closes #174)

2.14    2017-04-07
        - added revision() to Git, returns the SHA1 sum for the most recent
          commit, for both local and remotes
        - added _separate_url() to Git. This is currently unused as we're not
          yet using Github's API to fetch commit info
        - added --auto|-a to bbdispatch, spins off an auto run
        - added auto() to Dispatch. Checks git commit revision numbers, and if
          different, we'll do a pull and run the test suite
        - added auto_sleep option to the config file for [Dispatch]. This is how
          long in seconds we sleep in between runs and run checks for --auto
        - added status() in Git, checks whether the current repo is ahead or
          behind in commits compared to remote
        - --auto flag to bbdispatch takes an integer, the number of runs to
          dispatch out. Send in 0 to run forever
        - fully added initial cut of CI automation (via bbdispatch as opposed to
          berrybrew) (closes #172)

2.13    2017-03-28
        - *NOTE* this release has been tested on win7 with berrybrew v1.10, but
          on win10, there may be issues. This is due to an internal library in
          that project that is questionable on win10 (Ionic.Zip). This is being
          investigated, and an update is planned. I wouldn't recommend trusting
          this distribution on Windows 10 at this time for that reason. The
          problem stems from the fact that the portable Strawberry Perl that
          is being installed is not always extracted fully, despite the fact the
          download is ok, and the checksum checks out. Extraction via Explorer
          performs correctly. Again, don't trust on win10
        - several various POD corrections/updates
        - fix issue where info_cache() wasn't being updated after instance
          removal (fixes #167)
        - added build prereq of Archive::Zip to prevent certain tests from
          failing when it isn't installed
        - fix bug in BCMD::using() in the Windows regex check. Was missing a \s+
        - fix issue in BCMD::info_cache(). A regex was incorrect. It worked on
          Unix just due to sheer luck
        - added additional argument checking in the command string to Tester
          (closes #144)

2.12    2017-03-27
        - extended default install timeout to 600 seconds
        - fix erroneous uninitialized warning in Dispatch if a repo isn't sent
          in, and one isn't found with Git in the cwd. (fixes #165)
        - clarify what course of action to take if no testers can be found
          when bbdispatch is run (fixes #164)
        - added proper links to berrybrew and perlbrew in pod description
          (closes #145)
        - added LWP::Simple for #142 (check if clone URL exists)
        - added check in Git::clone() to ensure that the remote repo exists
          before we attempt a clone, and croak() if not (fixes #142)
        - added logging to all methods in Git, updated POD, and all locations
          that initiate a new Git object send in their own debug level 
          (closes #166)
        - we now cache the results of the '*brew available' calls. Perlbrew
          fetches this info from the Internet (and berrybrew will soon too), so
          this feature will speed things up when multiple calls for info happen
          within a single test run. Can be disabled with the -X param to
          brewbuild (closes #163)
        - finalized Tester's ability to write logs to a file, and added POD
          (closes #149)

2.11    2017-03-26
        - we now filter out cperls until we can do further testing. This is
          handled in BCMD::available() with a `[^c]` entry in the regex when we
          pull out the perls listed in $info (fixes #162)
        - _validate_opts() now only compares against argument directives, not
          their values (fixes #161)
        - in perlbrew v0.77, they introduced a confirmation requirement for
          'uninstall', which was breaking things for us. Went through the code,
          and found that sending in '--yes' as an argument to perlbrew in the
          uninstall command will bypass this confirmation, allowing things to
          work correctly here for the perls_remove() functionality
        - several test updates due to above changes
        - added additional logging to various areas
        - bumped prereq of Mock::Sub to 1.07

2.10    2016-11-19
        - fix shebang line in the scripts to reference `/usr/bin/env perl`
          instead of `/usr/bin/perl` (Thanks 'nigelhorne' (github) for the
          report) (closes #157)
        - change perms on the bin/ files to 755 from 644 (thanks again to
          'nigelhorne' from github for reporting) (closes #156)
        - moved BrewBuild object creation in brewbuild down below the checks to
          see if *brew is installed. No need for the object if they aren't
          (closes #160)
        - brewbuild was deleting $args{args} instead of $opts{args} when a
          plugin is in use without --revdep (fixes #159)
        - in BB::_exec(), we were returning before unloading the dzil shim. This
          technically shouldn't have caused any issues, but in some cases it may
          have (closes #158)

2.09    2016-11-06
        - added "logfile" flag for bbtester. If not in --fg mode with --stdout
          set and --logfile is set, we'll write to a file in
          "workdir/bbtester.log". This is to help in situations where the
          tester is hanging in 'start' mode, but not in --fg mode. Without this
          flag, no logging info is displayed or returned (closes #149)
        - fixed issue where setup info was not being displayed with -s
          (closes #154)
        - fixed issue where sending -1 to --new was causing brewbuild help to
          be displayed (closes #151)
        - required Perl version now 5.10 from 5.8, due to that limit in 
        - removed Perl 5.8 tests from Travis
        - added help entry for the -S|--save option
        - fixed t/test_api/95, as Mock::Sub now has more revdeps (closes #155)
        - slight wording change in Tutorial (closes #147)
        - brewbuild will now let the user know that no perls are installed
          instead of just outputting nothing (closes #150)

2.08    2016-06-23
        - changed from using HOMEPATH env var to USERPROFILE on Windows, as the
          former didn't contain the drive letter (fixes #96)
        - legacy perls were not being excluded when legacy was disabled
          (fixes #137)
        - changed all links to dnmfarrell berrybrew repo to stevieb9 (closes
        - removed notices about MSWin PATH issues, as they were completely
          rectified in berrybrew after it's "off" feature was added
        - several POD corrections
        - confirmed that all tests still pass after berrybrew version
          sb-20160602 changes (ensured PATH is still ok)
        - fixed a couple of tests that had the perl ver hard-coded, and another
          two that were trying to use a regex in is()

2.06    2016-06-12
        - no functional changes
        - BBDEV_TESTING tests now require a version (eg: 5.24.0) set in
          $ENV{PERLVER}, instead of having 5.22.1 hardcoded for a few test
          files, and other tests don't use the ver anymore (closes #132)
        - tests now reside in sub-directories, cleaning the t/ directory up
          significantly (closes #133)
        - fixed config file doc link in BrewBuild's POD (closes #131)
        - new berrybrew build, in prep for using --on on Windows
          ( ver: sb-20160601)

2.05    2016-05-06
        - added [brewbuild] section to config file (closes #128)
        - cleaned up test logic due to failing MSWin tests
        - switched from CPAN::ReverseDependencies to MetaCPAN::Client, as the
          former was using MetaCPAN::API which is depricated, and failing to
          install on MSWin systems. (I sent a PR to the dist which fixes it). We
          now have our own revdep discovery process
        - fixed logic issue where -1 wasn't being used in instance_install(),
          breaking the ability to install all perl instances (fixes #130)

2.04    2016-04-27
        - Results from MSWin now properly show the _bit suffix for the perl used
          in test results (closes #124)
        - instance_install() when installing randomly doesn't attempt duplicate
          versions any longer (fixes #123)
        - cleaned up formatting of revdep returned output (closes #126)
        - on Unix, we now include Release Candidate perl instances when using
          random install, eg perl-5.24.0-RC3 (closes #127)
        - various log entry cleanup (closes #112)

2.03    2016-04-26
        - brewbuild can now dispatch the most basic of testing to remotes via
          the -D and -t flags. For more advanced remote testing, use bbdispatch
          (closes #122)
        - changed to searching %PATH% for binaries as opposed to using 'where'
          on MSWin, as on pre 2k3, 'where' didn't exist (closes #117)
        - moved setting the brewbuild command default from bbdispatch to
          Dispatch (closes #118)
        - On MSWin, we now accept the _32/_64 suffixes in --install, otherwise
          we'll default to 64-bit. This suffix will be stripped on Unix systems
          if dispatching to both Unix and Windows testers (closes #114)
        - removed prerequisite of needing to be an Administrator user on MSWin
          from the Tutorial (closes #119)
        - fixed a series of out-of-order debug logging message entries
        - added a timeout param to instance_install(), default 300 secs. If an
          install takes longer than this, it'll roll out the changes and log an
          entry of the problem (closes #110)
        - enhanced the argument handling for brewbuild to be much more
          resilient and specific to help prevent executing rogue commands on
          the remote testers (closes #66)
        - POD updates

2.02    2016-04-22
        - fixed issue in T::BB::Tester where we weren't checking for the 'new'
          param, hence we weren't doing install if 'new' was set
        - added brief SYNOPSIS in Dispatch
        - fixed issue in Tester where the log scalar wasn't being reset after a
          run (we also now shutdown() the socket after a finished run)
        - correct issues preventing the brewbuild -i and -n flags from working
          correctly on remote testers
        - dzil dists now get a authordeps run by default, logging organized
          (closes #104)

2.01    2016-04-22
        - no functional changes
        - POD updates/fixes

2.00    2016-04-21
        - added T::BB::workdir() as a common source for workdir retrieval
        - major POD updates

1.05_02 2016-04-20
        - we now set up a log file within Tester for BrewBuild if Tester is
          logging, but not to STDOUT
        - added a POD document for the config file
        - created a Tutorial for the distributed testing environment setup

1.05_01 2016-04-19
        - we can now distribute test builds to remote Test::BrewBuild test
        - bbdispatch and bbtester scripts added, which handle the test
          distribution network/systems
        - and modules, containing the APIs for the
          distribution setup
        - we no longer now print anything out by default; everything is
          returned, and its up to end-user to handle
        - major debug logging improvements
        - significant code cleanup and tests implemented
        - added/improved upon the flags for the ``brewbuild'' script

1.05    2016-04-04
        - we're now Dist::Zilla compliant and tested (closes #33)
        - added _dzil_shim() and _dzil_unshim() for Dist::Zilla distributions
        - bumped prereq of TestAgainst plugin to 0.06
        - added -T (--selftest), to prevent recursive testing loops when 
          testing this distribution
        - POD updates
        - stderr.bblog as well as cpanm build.log files are now aggregated into
          the FAIL log reports (closes #61 and #62)
        - added -T, --selftest, to avoid recursive testing of Test::BrewBuild
          with the BBDEV_TESTING env var set

1.04    2016-04-01
        - ensure FAIL files are created properly and test (closes #53)
        - fix issue where --on wasn't setting up the environment correctly
          (fixes #54)
        - on Unix, we catch if an installed version is attempting to be
          installed, instead of letting perlbrew handle it (closes #50)
        - prereq 'version' added to correctly get version info from pre 5.10
          (fixes #51)
        - renamed --version|-v to --install|-i
        - added --notest|-N, allows install/remove without running exec()
          (closes #49)
        - added --setup|-s, displays Windows and Unix test platform setup guide
        - added --legacy|-L. Due to the fact ``cpanm'' requires 5.8.1, and we
          use it in the default exec plugin, we won't install versions lower
          than that, unless this flag is set
        - FAIL logs are now stored in a temp directory, then moved to './bblog'
          after completion, ensuring manifest.t tests don't fail (fixes #56)
        - fixed bug where on Windows, if a module build fails, the revdeps
          could still pass (fixes #57)
        - POD updates
        - created berrybrew PR dnmfarrell/brewberry#16 which added the --with
          arg to exec
        - bumped prereq of Test::BrewBuild::Plugin::TestAgainst to 0.05 due
          to the Windows path issues

1.03_03 2016-03-29
        - --revdep, auto-testing of CPAN down-river modules working very well
          (work on #39)
        - added t/dev-1xx tests, need perlbrew/berrybrew installed to run. Set
          BBDEV_TESTING environment variable to run these tests (these tests
          can take a very long time to process, and currently, may be
        - added Archive::Extract prereq for BBDEV_TESTING
        - fixed bug where --version wasn't doing anything
        - fixed bug on Windows where instance_remove() was removing the
          currently in-use perl instance
        - if an invalid arg is sent in, we now print help screen and exit
          (closes #45)
        - fix bug in results(), where the regex wasn't capturing properly on
        - added blurb in SYNOPSIS about the importance of having a central
          cpanm (closes #44)
        - corrected a whole bunch of inconsistencies between win/nix throughout
          the dev test writing
        - we now re-check brew_info after an install, so we don't exit
          prematurely thinking no perls are installed, even after a --new 1
          (closes #46)
        - had to change the DATA section in the plugins to one cmd per line,
          due to Windows not properly able to manage PATH env var on each exec
          run. The actual command to perform the tests *must* be the last line
        - added BrewExec::using(), sends back the exact version we're using, so
          remove_instance() does the right thing on Windows (fixes #47)
        - disabled 'on' tests on Windows, as berrybrew doesn't have a --with
          flag for 'exec'. We warn() if it's attempted
        - added examples/config.txt, shows a working Windows %PATH% env setup
        - began, albeit lightly, code cleanup (#36)
        - set objectives for v1.05 (full win/nix compat, document pristine
          testing environment, fix all outstanding non-wishlist issues and
          at minimum, document irregularities of test failures beyond this
          modules control)

1.03_02 2016-03-26
        - FAIL strategy completed. If there's STDERR output, we write it all to
          brewbuild_err.bblog. FAIL reports go into $perlver.bblog, and if
          we're using a plugin that accepts a module, we put fail reports into
          Tested::Module-$perlver.bblog, with the '::' replaced into '-'. The
          results (PASS and FAIL) are now all displayed at the end of output
          for easy identification (closes #43)
        - fixed case-insensitivity bug with options. -R and -r now do the
          respective Right Thing
        - cpanm is now called with the -v flag on the --test-only portion of
          the default plugin

1.03_01 2016-03-25
        - if --args is passed in, brewbuild runs the number of times the list
          has elements, and on each pass, the plugin receives the current arg
          in the list
        - --args executes --new and --remove only on first run through the loop
        - plugins now get a copy of the parent log for cloning
        - added --revdep, tests all CPAN reverse dependencies on the module
          you're testing
        - added prereq CPAN::ReverseDependencies for --revdep
        - Plugin::Simple v0.06 now required (fixes #28, #30)
        - documented $log as first param to a plugin (closes #35)
        - cleaned up SYNOPSIS (closes #38)
        - add tests for --args param for plugins (closes #32)
        - we now croak if there's no 't/' dir, as there'd be nothing to test
          (closes #34)
        - removed -R flag, -r was interfering. We'll figure this out later
        - cleaned up logging. By default 0 will display install/remove actions,
          all other logging needs debug 5-7 (closes #37)

1.02    2016-03-24
        - default plugin now uses cpanm for all installs, rendering the build
          system in use irrelevant (should work for distzilla) (closes #29)
        - added new --args arg to 'brewbuild', this is an aref that gets
          dereferenced and the list passed into the 'brewbuild_exec()' sub
          in each plugin
        - fixed abstract issue (closes #27)
        - removed t/11-results.t, as we don't return results anymore
        - modified logging levels

1.01    2016-03-22
        - set README to the binary, not the module... d'oh!

1.00    2016-03-22
        - removed, we now use Plugin::Simple for the plugin init work
        - BUILD_REQUIRES Mock::Sub v1.06 for testing purposes, so we can test
          without *brew installed (and if it is, we don't want to be managing
        - finally got around to implementing a near full test suite (closes #4)
        - removed version() from, not needed
        - bumped major version number now that we're tested and stable

0.06    2016-03-21
        - added '--on' param, send in a list of perl versions to run against,
          instead of the default all (closes #17)
        - renamed 'count' param to 'new', kept change for backwards
          compatibility reasons (closes #23)
        - we can now load non-installed local plugins by specifying the full or
          relative path name plus name of file to the --plugin param (closes
        - all *brew command creation moved to
          (closes #19)
        - new round of unit tests
        - added debug logging to Test::BrewBuild::BrewCommands
        - added warning in Makefile.PL and skip a bunch of tests if *brew isn't 
        - 'brewbuild' command warns with a link to the respective *brew, and
          exits if it isn't installed

0.05    2016-03-18
        - we now recognize when Module::Build is being used, as opposed
          to EUMM, and it works properly (fixes #12)
        - *brew exec commands are now loaded via a plugin architecture. Set by
          the '-p|--plugin' or an environment variable, plugin writing is
          exceptionally simplistic
        - renamed --reload arg to --remove
        - fix undef issue in if a plugin name can't be found
        - --debug param now accepts a level param (0-7) to set the level (added
          Logging::Simple as prereq)
        - remove all prereqs from Makefile.PL that are already in core
          (closes #15)
        - add prereqs that aren't in core as of v5.8 into Makefile.PL (closes
        - completely peppered the modules with various debugging level
        - added POD in Test::BrewBuild::Plugin

0.04    2016-03-16
        - testing now properly works across all installed perls
        - the exec file is now auto-generated with File::Temp, and unlinked
          after use (closes #9)
        - install now skips and warns (w/ debug) if a version it's trying to
          install is already installed (closes #8)
        - added POD for both the script and module (closes #5)

0.03    2016-03-01
        - App::cpanminus now a prereq
        - fixed issue in split in results() (fixes #6)

0.02    2016-02-23
        - implemented Object Oriented approach
        - added _test_file(), returns the test file brew will run (uses
        - added t/01-test_file.t
        - added POD (closes #3)
        - version arg now accepts multiple values (closes #1)
        - fixed defined-or to be 5.8 compatible

0.01    2016-02-23
        First version, released on an unsuspecting world.