HAARG / strictures-1.005004 / Changes

Release history for strictures

1.005004 - 2014-03-06
  - make sure meta files list extra modules as recommendations, not requirements

1.005003 - 2014-02-12
  - added support for PUREPERL_ONLY (rt#91407)
  - fixed using strictures->VERSION to query the version (rt#92965)

1.005002 - 2013-12-10
  - extra prereqs will be listed as hard prerequisites if a compiler is
    available

1.005001 - 2013-11-07
  - fix skip on old perl on test script

1.005000 - 2013-11-05
  - detect mercurial when checking for development trees
  - avoid using constant.pm to save a bit of memory on older perls
  - update to v2 metadata

1.004004 - 2012-11-12
  - fix crash in 1.004003 due to qw() list being readonly

1.004003 - 2012-11-10
  - check only once for presence of extra testing prereqs
  - explicitly specify no dynamic_config in META

1.004002 - 2012-09-08
  - add better rationale for the extra testing heuristic

1.004001 - 2012-07-12
  - test-specific strictures now enabled during 'dzil test'

1.004000 - 2012-07-12
  - switch to testing calling file to avoid firing on dependencies

1.003001 - 2012-04-08
  - fix test to handle defatalization

1.003000 - 2012-04-07
  - try and run for any checkout t/ now we don't blow up the process
  - defatalize lack of extra testing modules
  - disable extra tests on perls <= 5.008003, things do not work there as
    expected

1.002002 - 2011-02-25
  - only try and mkdir the .git if it doesn't already exist so repeated
    test runs don't explode

1.002001 - 2011-02-25
  - switch .svn to .git in smells-of-vcs test and create it ourselves
    to ease importing of this dist into subversion repositories

1.002000 - 2011-02-16
  - add multidimensional and bareword::filehandles in author mode

1.1.1 - 2010-12-05
  - disable uninitialized warnings before calling ->SUPER::VERSION

1.1.0 - 2010-11-22
  - enable extra testing only if .git or .svn present to keep requirement
    for extra modules author-side

1.0.0 - 2010-07-18
  - initial release



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