Revision history for Test-EOL 1.6 2015-07-30 21:51:00-07:00 America/Los_Angeles - Add 'no_test' import option to allow more composability (Arthur Axel fREW Schmidt) 1.5 2012-09-08 - Change to default to searching for trailing whitespace from the current directory downwards (as tests are run from the top of a dist normally), rather than one directory above the test file, as then we don't work as expected if tests are in t/author or similar. RT#66177 1.4 2012-09-08 - Properly fix Win32. RT#76037 1.3 2012-06-15 - Fix to ignore inc/ directory used by Module::Install. 1.2 - Fix bad regex matching directories containing 'svn', not just .svn' directories. RT#75968 1.1 2012-01-16 - Fix test fails on < 5.8 perls - Fix t/13-latin1.t failures on Win32 and under TB1.5 1.0 2012-01-05 - Fix misleading test failure diagnostics when only issue are trailing whitespaces - No longer blindly assume utf8 on input files (RT#59877) - Properly document testing options 0.9 2010-06-16 - Fix warnings on very old perls (email@example.com) (Closes: RT#58442) 0.8 2010-06-11 - Use binmode :raw for input/output. Solves win32 translating the \r\n character into \n's silently during input (Kent Fredric). - Add an ( currently undocumeted ) all_reasons option to show every line that is broken (Kent Fredric). - Add visualising of invisible characters that match the regex (Kent Fredric). 0.7 2010-03-03 - Deal correctly with -I includes paths that include spaces in the tests to stop them unexpectedly failing. - Remove shelling out to the system rm command in the tests to avoid nasty warnings on Win32. - Remove warning from test diagnostics 0.6 2010-01-19 - I'm so bad at this! Fix another logic error that made all files fail when using trailing_whitespace option (fREW) 0.5 2010-01-19 - Fix logic fail that made all filenames the same if a user uses the trailing_whitespace option (fREW) 0.4 2010-01-19 - Add checks for trailing whitespace (fREW) 0.3 2009-07-18 - Fix File::Find regex which I had broken. 0.2 2009-07-17 - Pod corrections pointed out by daxim in #moose 0.1 2009-07-15 - Module created and released on an unsuspecting world.