0.11 8 May 2012 PAUSE now understands new package syntax, search.cpan.org also, but MetaCPAN still doesn't. Anyway, removing the specific $VERSION setting now. 0.10 5 May 2012 Apparently, PAUSE doesn't understand -package name version- syntax yet. Added back $VERSION setting to appease PAUSE. 0.09 5 May 2012 Somehow 0.08 didn't make it to CPAN. Trying again. 0.08 4 May 2012 Settled back to using 5.14 after having seen Damian Conway's excellent "New Perl" workshop in Lisbon. Nobody should settle for anything less than 5.14! Introduced autodie because that's in core now. Fixed problem with version information in pod not getting updated since 0.06 (because of misunderstanding how Devel::Required works). Verified it works with 5.15.9 threaded and unthreaded. 0.07 2 May 2012 Oops, had documented the environment variable feature for FlatFile but not implemented, nor tested it. Now fixed. The words test was not cleaning up after itself, now fixed. Work started on AsyncDBI backend storage module, no tests or functionality just yet. Fixed automatic version setting in all source files by String::Lookup. 0.06 29 April 2012 Added some more flatfile tests. 0.05 28 April 2012 Really reduced dependency on Perl to 5.10.0. Added support for persistent backends, and the FlatFile and DBI backends. No tests for the DBI backend just yet, soon! 0.04 22 April 2012 Reduced dependency on Perl to 5.10.0 (instead of 5.14.0). Seems to pass fine with this older Perl. Fixed problem if hash would be filled with ID values not matching the offset / increment given at creation. This may happen if a hash is filled from a database that has ID's merged with several different offsets. 0.03 21 April 2012 Documented and tested the "offset" and "increment" parameters. Plus some small code and pod tweaks. 0.02 21 April 2012 Order of keys is now the order in which they were added. This now bypasses the normal way of generating keys of a hash. Added support for autoflushing. Initialization can now also be done by just specifying a hash ref. More tests, including something of a performance test: on my MacBook it does ~110K new ID's / second and about ~400K existing ID's / second using the optimized ro_hash construct. 0.01 20 April 2012 First public version of String::Lookup.