Revision history for Perl module Tree::DAG_Node.

1.27  Sun Jul 12 11:01:00 2015
	- Remove the line which reads 'use open qw(:std :utf8);'. As Tom Molesworth says:
		"Specifically, it turns on the UTF-8 encoding layer on STDIO when any code does
		'use Tree::DAG_Node'. That's no good when code is expecting a different encoding
		(raw, etc.)". See RT#105798. Karen Etheridge followed up with a comment about it appearing
		in another module of mine. Then I checked all my modules (including some not intended for
		publication - Local::*) and found about 28 offenders, with some using it inn multiple files.
		The original idea came from adopting what Tom Christiansen calls his 'Standard Preamble':
		All tests still work after removing that line.
	- Remove Build.PL. Ship only Makefile.PL.
	- Remove .gitignore from MANIFEST.

1.26  Sun Apr 12 13:37:00 2015
	- Fix bug in string2hashref(), which failed on some strings, such as {a => 'b, c'}.
		string2hashref() is called by read_tree().
		Escaped chars are still not handled.
	- Add t/string2hash.t to test new code.

1.25  Sun Mar 22 11:42:00 2015
	- I've deleted the undocumented sub _dump_quote(), which butchered Unicode characters
		when it tried to convert ASCII control characters into printable strings (on the assumption
		all data is ASCII). Thanx to Dr. Petra Steiner (Germany) for discussion and some testing.
		I hope no-one was relying on this sub in output redirected to disk files, or otherwise
		saved for later comparisons.
		Methods which used to call _dump_quote() now just output the node's name by calling
		quote_name(), which is discussed next. Undefined names are output as the string 'undef'.
	- Add method quote_name(), which simply returns its input string surrounded by single-quotes.
	- Add method decode_lol(). This converts the output of tree_to_lol() and tree_to_simple_lol()
		into something which is easy to read. See scripts/ for sample usage.
	- Reorder a couple of methods called tree_*(), so that they are in alphabetical order.
	- Expand the docs for methods tree_to_*(), re undefined node names.
	- Add scripts/, which creates the test input file t/tree.utf8.attributes.txt.
		Note: This latter file is now much more complex that in previous versions.
	- Add scripts/, and it's output file scripts/read.tree.log. This program
		demonstrates the output produced by various methods.
	- Fix the faulty syntax I had used in Build.PL to identify the github repo.
	- Delete and re-create github repo after 'git push' failed to upload the new version.
	- Add LICENSE file to MANIFEST.

1.24  Sun Jan 25 14:17:00 2015
	- Clean up discussion in docs of original author's reluctance to allow parameters to new().
	- Rewrite bareword filehandles (INX) to use a variable (my $fh).
	- Rename github repo from Tree--DAG_Node to Tree-DAG_Node - My new standard.
		Update Build.PL and Makefile.PL to match.
	- Reformat the docs, and this file, slighty, to be <= 100 chars per line - My new standard.
	- Change horizontal indentation used by node2string() to add 1 space, so '|' lines up underneath
		the first char of the previous node's name. Use scripts/
		to see the difference.

1.23  Mon Oct 20 18:12:00 2014
	- Change output format when using node2string(), which is called by tree2string().
		Indentation which used to be '|---' is now '|--- '. So, a tree which used to be printed as:
		|   |---::=
		|   |---action
		|   |---=>
		|   |---[values]
		Is now printed as:
		|--- :default
		|   |--- ::=
		|   |--- action
		|   |--- =>
		|   |--- [values]
		This makes the difference between node names ''/'-', '1'/'-1', etc, much clearer.
		Apologies to anyone who runs tests which compare the output with pre-existing files.

1.22  Thu Feb 13 13:14:00 2014
	- t/read.tree.t was still using File::Slurp :-(.

1.21  Thu Feb 13 11:14:00 2014
	- Switch from File::Slurp to File::Slurp::Tiny, on the advice of Karen Etheridge. See RT#92976.

1.20  Fri Jan 31 09:46:00 2014
	- After a private email from Paul Howarth (yea!) I see I need File::Temp V 0.19 because that's
		the version which introduced the newdir() method, as used in the test suite. Sorry for the

1.19  Thu Jan 30 09:24:00 2014
	- Set pre-req File::Temp version # to 0 (back from 0.2301). See D A Golden's blog entry:

1.18  Thu Sep 19 14:24:00 2013
	- No changes, code or otherwise, except for the version # in the *.pm, this file, and
	- Somehow a corrupted version got uploaded to, so I've just changed the
		version #. The file on MetaCPAN was fine.
	- Thanx to Rob (Sisyphus) for reporting this.

1.17  Mon Sep 16 15:24:00 2013
	- Write test temp files in :raw mode as well as utf-8, for MS Windows users.
	- Take the opportunity to change all utf8 to utf-8, as per the docs for Encode,
		except for 'use warnings  qw(FATAL utf8);', which doesn't accept utf-8 :-(.

1.16  Mon Sep  9 09;26:00 2013
	- Accept a patch (slightly modified by me) from Tom Molesworth (see RT#88501):
		Remove 'use open qw(:std :utf8);' because of its global effect.
		Replace Perl6::Slurp with File::Slurp, using the latter's binmode option for the encoding.
		Fix docs where I'd erroneously said File::Slurp didn't support utf8.

1.15  Fri Sep  6 11:10:00 2013
	- Replace Path::Tiny with File::Spec, because the former's list of dependencies is soooo long.
		Changed files: t/read.tree.t, Build.PL and Makefile.PL.
		See: RT#88435 for an explanation.
	- Move t/pod.t to xt/author/pod.t.

1.14  Wed Sep  4 13:44:00 2013
	- Document the copy() method.
	- Patch the copy() method so it respects the {no_attribute_copy => 1} option.
	- Add method read_tree(), for text files. It uses Perl6::Slurp (which supports utf8).
	- Add methods read_attributes() and string2hashref($s) for use by read_tree().
	- Add t/read.tree.t to test read_tree().
	- Add t/tree.utf8.attrbiutes.txt, in utf8, for use by t/read.tree.t.
	- Add t/tree.with.attributes.txt and t/tree.without.attributes.txt for use by t/read.tree.t.
	- Make Perl V 5.8.1 a pre-req so we have access to the utf8 pragma.

1.13  Mon Aug 12 17:16:00 2013
	- Change the values accepted for the no_attributes option from undef and 1 to 0 and 1.
		If undef is used, it becomes 0, so pre-existing code will not change behaviour.
		This makes it easier to pass 0 or 1 from the command line, since there is no default value

1.12  Wed Jul  3 16:38:00 2013
	- Change text in README referring to licence to match text in body of source, since it was in
		conflict with the Artistic Licence V 2.0.
		This was requested by Petr Pisar who packages stuff for Red Hat.
	- Rename CHANGES to Changes as per CPAN::Changes::SPEC.
	- Various spelling fixes in the docs, as kindly reported by dsteinbrunner.

1.11  Mon Feb  4 09:50:00 2013
	- Correct the date (2012 -> 2013) in this file used for V 1.10.
	- Correct the text at L<Tree::DAG_Node/AUTHOR> so it refers to Artistic License 2.0,
		which now matches what it says in Build.PL and Makefile.PL. Resolves RT#83088.

1.10  Fri Feb  1 08:53:00 2013
	- Change t/pod.t to look for Test::Pod 1.45, but comment out Test::Pod in Build.PL and
		Makefile.PL. This means Test::Pod is not used at all if it is not installed.
		As per RT#83077.

1.09  Thu Nov  8 12:38:00 2012
	- No code changes.
	- Oops. The changes in V 1.08 we made in the other 10 distros, but not in this one.
		My apologies.

1.08  Thu Nov  8 12:38:00 2012
	- No code changes.
	- For pre-reqs such as strict, warnings, etc, which ship with Perl, set the version # to 0.
		Reported as RT#80663 by Father Chrysostomos for Tree::DAG_Node.

1.07  Thu Nov  1 12:47:00 2012
	- New maintainer: Ron Savage
	- Pre-emptive apologies for any changes which are not back-compat. No such problems are
		expected, but the introduction of new methods may disconcert some viewers.
	- Fix RT#78858, reported by Gene Boggs. Audit code for similar problems.
	- Fix RT#79506. reported by Ron Savage.
	- Rename ChangeLog to CHANGES, and add Changelog.ini.
	- Replace all uses of cyclicity_fault() and Carp::croak with die.
	- Remove unused methods: decommission_root(), cyclicity_allowed(), cyclicity_fault(),
		inaugurate_root(), no_cyclicity() and _update_links(). OK - cyclicity_fault() was called
		once. It just died.
	- Add methods: format_node(), hashref2string(), is_root(), node2string(), tree2string().
		tree2string($opts, $node) - unlike draw_ascii_tree() - can optionally print the tree
		starting at any node. Override format_node(), hashref2string(), and node2string() if
	- Reformat the POD big-time.
	- Add Build.PL.
	- Re-write Makefile.PL.
	- Remove use vars(@ISA $Debug $VERSION). Replace latter 2 with 'our ...'.
	- Rename t/00_about_verbose.t to t/about.perl.t.
	- Add scripts/ Warning: Some trees get into an infinite loop.
	- Add t/cut.and.paste.subtrees.t.        Warning: Some trees get into an infinite loop.
	- Document the options (discouraged by Sean) supported in the call to new($hashref).

1.06  Sun Dec  2 12:00:00 1998
	- New maintainer: David Hand.
	- No code changes.

1.05  Wed Dec 29 12:00:00 1998
	- Just repackaging.
	- No code changes.

1.04  Fri Feb 23 12:00:00 1998
	- Bugfix: notes a bug in
		depth_under that apparently always makes it return 0.

1.03  Sat May 13 12:00:00 1998
	- Superficial changes:
		Minor doc spiffing-up.
		Noting my new email address.
	- In order to keep its symbol table clean, DAG_Node no longer
		imports routines from Carp and UNIVERSAL.  Should have no effect on existing code.
	- I went and commented out all the places where I have asserts for
		non-cyclicity.  I once had the idea that DAG_Node could be a base
		class for graphs that /could/ allow cyclicity, or something like
		that, so those assertions would apply for methods that work only
		for acyclic networks.  But, in time, I realized that almost
		everything in DAG_Node would have to have such assertions.  Moral
		of the story: DAG_Node has nearly no code that it could share with
		a class for anything but DAGs.  And since DAG_Node does everything it
		can to /keep/ you from making cyclicities, there's no point in
		constantly having assertions of noncyclicity (especially when
		these assertions are rather expensive to check).

1.02  Sun Mar  05 12:00:00 1998
	- Minor bugfixes:
		Fixed a typo in the docs: corrected one "right_sisters" to "right_sister"
		Initialized a variable to '' to avoid warnings under -w. Thanks to Gilles Lamiral.

1.01  Fri May 14 12:00:00 1998
	- Major additions:
		Scads of new methods.  Still (as far as I know) backward
		compatible with all previous versions.  Some minor changes in
		coding, not affecting the interface.
	- Hopefully more friendly to users that use -w (warnings).
	- Cautionary tale: I started making big changes to this right around
		mid-November 1998.  But I kept thinking "oh, ONE MORE change and
		then I'll release it."  Famous last words!  Other things came up,
		I forgot what was new and what was different in this module
		(which is why you don't see a detailed list of differences here),
		altho apparently somehow I managed to document all the new methods.

0.75  Tue Nov  3 12:00:00 1998
	- Minor changes:
		New methods new_daughter, new_daughter_left.
		$obj->new constructor syntax now documented.
		Internal accesses to "daughter" and "mother" attribs are now direct, for efficiency's sake.
	- Minor improvements to the docs.

0.74  Wed Oct 28 12:00:00 1998
	- Whoops, forgot to bundle the README.
	- No change in the code.

0.73  Tue Oct 27 12:00:00 1998
	- First release.