BESSARABV / Test-Whitespaces-1.2.1 / Changes

Revision history for Test::Whitespaces

0.01    2013-01-24
        * First public release

0.02    2013-02-03
        * In output stripping max lines length to 78 symbols
        * Using in output standart ASCII symbol
        * Added SEE ALSO section with similar modules
        * Added FAQ about Perltidy
        * Other small fixes in pod

0.03    2013-02-10
        * Whitespaces errors output in color
        * Removed default values and wrote faq about it
        * Parameter --only_errors in script test_whitespaces
        * Writing the word "line" instead of obscure "L"
        * Other small improvements of output format

0.04    2013-06-16
        * Fixing utf8 bug. RT-85579
        * Better unicode support
        * Using Getopt::Long
        * File README is renamed to README.md and completly rewritten
        * Added link to the module Test::Tabs in SEE ALSO
        * Tests are refactored and new tests are added

0.05    2013-06-18
        * Fixing unicode problem in test _print_diff()
        * Switched to Dist::Zilla
        * Small format changes in the file Changes
        * Fixing warning in t/_print_diff in perl-5.8.9
        * Small changes in pod

1.0.0   2013-07-14
        * Using semver for version numbers
        * Fixing a bug. Not `prove` without `-v` whill show errors
        * Explicidly specified that Perl 5.8.0 and above is supported
        * A lot of changes in tests

1.1.0   2013-07-28
        [Minor]
        * Simplified SYNOPSIS section
        * FAQ section why it is better to create test file in xt directory

        [Patch]
        * Fixing link markup in pod

1.2.0   2013-08-09
        [Minor]
        * Added standard directory `examples` to the POD SYNOPSIS
        * Better POD markup in FAQ section
        * Added Perl 5.8 to be checked by Travis CI

        [Patch]
        * Fixing text in SYNOPSIS to match text in FAQ
        * Fixing misspell

1.2.1   2013-08-12
        [Patch]
        * Using word 'whitespace' in POD



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