Revision history for XML::Grammar::ProductsSyndication 0.0405 2018-05-29 - Change build_requires to test_requires . 0.0404 2015-05-31 - Add repository link to META.yml / META.json . 0.0403 2014-02-01 - Add minimal version of perl (CPANTS). - Add LICENSE file (CPANTS). 0.0402 2012-03-24 - Add more used modules to the 'requires'. - Now we have a "use File::Spec;" in the main module (because it makes use of it). 0.0401 2012-01-01 - Convert t/03-dload-imgs.t to use File::Temp's tempdir() instead of a directory under t to solve some test failures. 0.0400 2010-08-27 - Add support for amazon_sak (Secret Access Key). 0.0303 2009-03-11 - Updated XML::Grammar::Builder to 0.0101 (from XML-Grammar-Screenplay) so it will install all the files properly upon ./Build install. 0.0302 2009-03-03 - Corrected the Module::Build-derived class in Build.PL from Test::Run::Builder to XML::Grammar::Builder. This was an oversight that resulted in the module files not being installed. 0.0301 2009-03-03 - Adapted the Build.PL to properly install files in case we don't install under /usr . We are currently using the install_destination("lib") to determine a suitable place. - To do: extract that logic into a separate class. - Extracted the extradata installation logic into a separate class under inc/XML/Grammar/Builder.pm for easy encapsulation and sharing among the different XML::Grammar::* projects. - Fixed the tests' failures due to the fact that blib/extradata is no longer generated. 0.03 2008-06-17 - Added the "disable" attribute to the "isbn" tag, and added support for it everywhere. - Converted from Moose to Class::Accessor, because Moose does not install cleanly on cygwin and is an overkill for our needs. - Added support for the <rellink /> tag that creates a relevant link (such as wikipedia page, IMDB link, etc.) - Added the support for the "appendtoc" tag to append a table-of-contents. 0.02 2006-09-09 - Added the ability to download Amazon.com images. 0.01 2006-09-08 - Created the skeleton of the module using module-starter. - Implemented the basic XSLT + DTD functionality.