Revision history for Perl module WWW::Mechanize::Cached 1.48 2015-04-16 22:32:22 Europe/Berlin - Fix cache object creation when run without args (Bjørn-Olav Strand) 1.47 2015-03-03 23:00:01 America/Toronto - Use nfreeze rather than freeze for portability (John SJ Anderson) 1.46 2015-02-08 21:41:11 America/Toronto - Bump Moo version to fix tester failures (Mark Gardner) 1.45 2015-02-07 18:16:43 America/Toronto - Ported from Moose to Moo (Mark Gardner) 1.44 2014-08-23 11:25:15 America/Toronto - Support working with CHI automatically if Cache::FileCache is not installed - GH #6 (Kent Fredric) 1.43 2013-07-26 23:04:40 America/Toronto - Reformatted Changes file as per CPAN::Changes::Spec (Neil Bowers) 1.42 2013-06-29 - Allow caching w/ Content-Encoding == chunked + no size header (Kent Fredric) 1.41 2012-06-27 - Account for content length when deciding whether to cache (Kent Fredric) 1.40 2010-10-18 - Fixed file prefix in cache_key.t when run under Windows 1.39 2010-10-09 - live tests now skip if we can't connect to the live URL - Storable now has a specific version prerequisite 1.38 2010-10-07 - cache_key test should now be portable to Windows - Critic test removed as Dist::Zilla runs this test automatically - POD tests should now only be run by author 1.37 2010-08-30 - Removed TestCache from Makefile. Had been automatically added by Dist::Zilla 1.36 2010-08-30 - Caching is now positive by default (was negative up to this point) - Referring URLs are now, by defaut, not used when creating cache keys. This reverses the behaviour of previous versions. RT #56757 - Now using Moose and Dist::Zilla 1.35 2009-11-20 - Changed test URL, which was causing a small percentage of installs to fail - Added latest HTTP::Headers to prerequisites in order to prevent some failed installs 1.34 2009-11-20 - Added first example script - Expanded documentation re: custom caches - Removed some outdated files from distro 1.33 2009-07-13 - Now maintained by Olaf Alders. Thanks to Andy Lester for offering to let me take this on. - Applied patch from RT http://rt.cpan.org/Public/Bug/Display.html?id=42693 This fixes the "Can't store CODE items" errors - Now requires Test::Warn 0.11 (fixes errors in t/002-bad-custom-cache.t) - Moved development to GitHub: http://github.com/oalders/www-mechanize-cached/tree/master - Added Perl::Critic author tests 1.32 2004-04-11 [ENHANCEMENTS] - Added the $mech->is_cached() method. - Verified that reusing an existing cache gives you the pages back. [INTERNAL] - Now requires WWW::Mechanize 1.00, because previous versions goofed up the HTTP headers on some requests. 1.30 2004-03-14 - No new features. [FIXED] - Fixed stupid configuration problem in t/bad-cache-test.t. If you got 1.28 installed OK, you don't need 1.30. 1.28 2004-03-13 [THINGS THAT WILL BREAK YOUR CODE] - The C<cache> parm to the constructor is no longer a set of parms to specify how the cache will be initialized. It must now be a fully-initialized cache object, probably in the Cache::Cache hierarchy. - Existing caches will not work, because I changed the directory that they get written to. It used to go into /tmp/FileCache/WWW::Mechanize::Cached, but now will go into /tmp/FileCache/www-mechanize-cached. This is so the Windows folks can use the module, too. However, if you want to create your own cache object that writes to /tmp/FileCache/WWW::Mechanize::Cached, for compatibility, you can create it and pass it in. [ENHANCEMENTS] - You can now specify your own Cache::Cache object to pass into the constructor. 1.26 2004-02-29 [FIXES] - Removed a duplicate $key. Cleaned up some of the internal code, and made the variable names more explicit. - Added an autocheck=>1 to the t/cached.t test. Also hits time.gov instead of Iain's now-gone website. - Removed the SIGNATURE, which I don't intend to maintain. 1.24 2004-01-18 NO NEW FUNCTIONALITY. On December 29th, 2003, Iain Truskett, the original author of WWW::Mechanize::Cached passed away. I've taken over maintenance of the module. If you're interested in carrying on Iain's work, let me know. 1.23 2003-12-01 - Initial version, released by Iain Truskett.