0.06 2010-02-09
    - NOTE: Changed application_status to app_status, this only affects users of
      parse_record() or parse_record_body(). Former was unnecessarily verbose.
      Latter also matches the component name of FCGI_BeginRequestBody struct.
    - Added build_begin_request() and build_end_request()
      - added documentation and tests for these

0.05 2010-02-06
    - Net::FastCGI::Constant
      - Improved documentation
        - Re-factored Net::FastCGI::Protocol to use these.
        - FCGI_MAX_LEN is deprecated and will be removed in a future version.
    - Net::FastCGI::Protocol
      - Fixed parse_record() and parse_record_body() to properly detect malformed
        stream records.
        - Added tests for this.
      - Increased segment size in build_stream() from 8192 to 32760 to reflect modern
        socket buffers.
        - Updated tests
        - Documented segment size
      - Documented scalar return value of parse_header()
      - Minor documentation updates

0.04 2010-01-30
    - Added parse_record() and parse_record_body()
      - Added tests for these
      - Added docs (incomplete)
    - Cleaned up exception messages. Protocol exceptions now have a FastCGI prefix
    - Fixed parse_params() to correctly detect incomplete FCGI_NameValuePair's
      - added tests for this
    - Added tests for build_stream()
    - Changed parse_header() to return a hash reference in scalar context
      - added tests for this
    - Coverage ~90% (stmt:100.0 bran:96.9 cond:92.9)
      - More tests (and docs) needed to cover all cases

0.03 2010-01-23
    - Fixed package loading in Net::FastCGI::Protocol

0.02 2010-01-23
    - Removed object oriented implementation, it will eventually be released as
      a separate distribution with different prerequisites.
    - Removed unnecessary functions from Net::FastCGI::Protocol
    - Re-factored internals of Net::FastCGI::Protocol to be more performant.
    - No major changes planned for existing API in Net::FastCGI::Protocol

0.01_01 2009-10-17
    - Initial release.