Revision history for Text-WideChar-Util

0.14    2015-01-03 (PERLANCAR)

	- No functional changes.

	- Rebuild (Generate TODO.md).


0.13    2014-02-17 (SHARYANTO)

        - Add function length_height().


0.12    2014-02-11 (SHARYANTO)

        [BUG FIXES]

        - mbwrap(): Whitespace before broken CJK word was omitted.


0.11    2014-02-11 (SHARYANTO)

        [BUG FIXES]

        - mbwrap(): Long CJK word should not be truncated before line-broken.


0.10    2014-02-08 (SHARYANTO)

        - No functional changes.

        - Change CJK regexes from my() to our() so it's usable by other module
          (namely, Text::ANSI::Util).


0.09    2014-02-08 (SHARYANTO)

        - mbwrap(): Fix bug when truncating long word.

        - mbwrap(): Add support for wrapping CJK text (which do not use
          whitespace to separate words).

        - Mention Text::WrapI18N.


0.08    2013-10-29 (SHARYANTO)

        - No functional changes. Rebuild to resolve 'nested encoding' problem
          causing MetaCPAN to fail to index the dist (thanks Shantanu Bhadoria).


0.07    2013-09-10 (SHARYANTO)

        - Replace Text::CharWidth with Unicode::GCString. It's about 2.5x slower
          but it is more proper and builds on Windows.


0.06    2013-05-18 (SHARYANTO)

        - Provide pad() and trunc() which are respectively the non-wide version
          of mbpad() and mbtrunc().


0.05    2013-05-17 (SHARYANTO)

        - Add return_stats option to {mb,}wrap.


0.04    2013-04-19 (SHARYANTO)

        - Fix bug in mbtrunc().


0.03    2013-04-18 (SHARYANTO)

        - Reimplement mbwrap() to be more like Emacs and Text::ANSI::Util's
          behavior.

        - Provide wrap() as an alternative for Text::Wrap's wrap().


0.02    2013-04-09 (SHARYANTO)

        [BUG FIXES]

        - mbpad(): Since mbtrunc() can generate text with width ($width-1) or
        even less, depending on the width of truncated wide character, we need
        to pad again to get to $width.


0.01    2013-04-09 (SHARYANTO)

        - First release.