v2.0.0 2014-02-03 17:59:29 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Bumped version to v2.0.0 because of the major architectural change -- the 'pmtools' module now contains the routine new_pod_iterator(), which creates an iterator over @INC for all of the variants of a POD's name ('LIB/MODULE.pm', 'LIB/MODULE.pod', and 'LIB/pod/MODULE.pod'). This change is for when the POD is separate from its corresponding Perl module file (and is inspired by an upcoming Debian release). - Fixed pman and podpath to use new_pod_iterator(). This should fix rt.cpan.org #89006: "Carp has no POD on my 5.18.1 installation -> still test suite failures with 1.51". - Switched to the somewhat-more-standard 3-number versioning scheme. - Removed the increasingly-obsolete 'Makefile.lame'. v1.54 2013-10-19 14:21:26 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Updated $VERSION in the modules and documented it too :)! v1.53 2013-10-18 17:31:35 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Tried to update $VERSION in the modules. v1.52 2013-09-28 19:00:47 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Updated $VERSION in the modules. v1.51 2013-09-27 06:19:01 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - NOTE: These are all fixes in the tests. - Fixed rt.cpan.org 88843, "t/pmall.t takes a long time" by using a head(1) clone (t/head.pl) to grab just the first 100 lines of pmall output, then matching against the general form of pmall output rather than specifically looking for Scalar::Util. - Fixed the tests to use Tie::Hash (pure Perl) instead of Scalar::Util, as there may or may not be a ...Scalar/Util.pm depending on how Perl was packaged and installed (Scalar::Util can exist as a pure Perl module and (more powerfully) as a mix of Perl and XS). - Fixed t/pmfunc.t and t/pmcheck.t to just check $? != 127 (i.e. the program ran in some way) rather than looking for a specific exit code. pmfunc does not work again yet, and pmcheck may or may not return an error depending whether your Perl configuration is correct. - Fixed t/pman.t, t/pmcat.t, and t/pmdesc.t to use the Carp module because Carp always has POD (Tie::Hash may not depending on the Perl version, and see above for Scalar::Util problems). v1.50 2013-09-20 17:00:33 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - This is the "Testing" release of pmtools! All of the pmtools now have tests. - Fixed so all programs and modules use a fixed value (literal) for $VERSION. This seems to work better with the CPAN toolchain. As I also updated all of the version numbers, this will fix rt.cpan.org "#88534: pmtools 1.40: Still has "1.30" in pmtools.pm" - Fixed so all tests add the pmtools to the PATH, whether or not the test actually needs it. This should fix rt.cpan.org "#88780: test failure". - Fixed pfcat documentation to always refer to "pfcat". - Fixed rt.cpan.org "#85352: typo fixes". v1.40 2013-09-04 16:53:36 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - This is the "Kwalitee" release of pmtools! All of the Test::Kwalitee and Test::Kwalitee::Extra tests now pass. - I have (briefly) tested this release on Debian 7.1 with Perl 5.8.8, 5.14.2, and 5.18.1. - Please note that there are currently only tests for basepods and faqpods. My current plan is add tests for all other programs and modules in the next release. - This is the first release where I used Dist::Zilla to create the release. A special thanks to David Golden for bundling some many useful Dist::Zilla plugins together (Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::DAGOLDEN). - All programs and modules now 'use strict' and 'use warnings' (part of "Kwalitee"). - Licensing information is now in the LICENSE section for programs and modules (part of "Kwalitee'). - There are now LICENSE, MYMETA.json, META.yml, and MYMETA.yml files (part of "Kwalitee"). - Programs are now in the standard location 'bin'. - Devel::Loaded is now in the standard location lib/Devel/Loaded.pm. - There is now a 'pmtools' module (lib/pmtools.pm). - 'pmtools' is now the source of the version number for all other programs and modules in pmtools. This should satisfy dsteinbrunner's pull request of April 27, 2013. - 'pminclude' lists the directories in @INC. This replaces the poorly-named 'pmdirs' program. - Documentation for Devel::Loaded has been fixed. This should satisfy neilbowers' pull request of December 21, 2012 and neilbowers' pull request of July 16, 2013. - I've fixed some permissions and such that should satisfy dolmen's pull request of December 25, 2012. - INTERNAL DETAIL: This version was developed on a separate branch rather than 'master' (some Git goodness). v1.30 2013-01-18 17:24:19 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Moved to Git for source control. - Added the GitHub repo https://github.com/markleightonfisher/pmtools. - Fixed Devel/Loaded.pm so it is not added to the output. Thanks to NEILB@cpan.org for spotting this bug (a modern Perls bug). - Patched pmeth to flag Perl constants as such (thanks to email@example.com for the patch). XS constants are not yet marked (some C-fu needs to be applied). - Patched basepods to use 'pods' as the directory for the base PODs (modern Perls use 'pods'). Alas, this appears to be inspired by a CPANgnome, as there was no Requestor on the ticket. :( v1.20 2012-12-07 15:25:50 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Patched pminst so only unique package names are printed. Thanks to Matthew Persico for the patch. (Honorable mention goes to Andrew Pam, but Matthew's patch is smaller and more robust as it handles an @INC with directories in any order.) - Fixed pminst to ignore non-existent directories. - Added pmcheck, a tool to check that Perl is set up correctly for use with Perl modules. Currently, pmcheck only verifies that everything in @INC is an existing, readable directory. v1.10 2008-01-18 06:57:21 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Added copyrights in my name as well as Tom Christiansen. - Changed to dual-license like Perl: GNU and Perl Artistic. This was at the request of the Fedora project, as they wanted a version of pmtools licensed under GNU. v1.01 2006-03-21 21:33:52 EST Mark Leighton Fisher - Two sets of patches from Jose Pedro Oliveira: 1. Added missing pmeth to Makefile.PL. 2. "$mod" was partially renamed to "$module" in my copy; this patch restores it to "$mod". - Added Changes and TODO files. - Updated MANIFEST with Changes and TODO.