Changes for Devel-Declare

  - Much improved documentation (osfameron).
  - Make sure the linestr callback isn't invoked when a declarator is used as
    part of some quoting construct like qq//, m//, s///, qr//, tr///, qx//, ``,
    etc (Florian Ragwitz).
    - Tests for this (osfameron, Florian Ragwitz).

  - Depend on a recent B::Hooks::EndOfScope to make semicolon injection more
    robust (Florian Ragwitz).
  - Add a couple of TODO tests for better error reporting (Marcus Ramberg).
  - Context::Simple::inject_if_block now returns true if start of block was
    found (Ash Berlin).

  - Make magic work within string evals on 5.10 if the hints hash is used.
  - Bind S_scan_ident to perl. It allows scanning for simple identifiers.
  - Add strip_ident to Context::Simple.

  - Devel::Declare::MethodInstaller::Simple now has code_for() which the
    subclass can override to monkey with the magic shadowed subroutine.
    This is handy if you want to employ Devel::BeginLift.

  - Depend on Sub::Name and B::Hooks::EndOfScope. MethodInstaller::Simple and
    Context::Simple use them.

  - Don't use :lvalue in Context::Simple and MethodInstaller::Simple to keep
    the debugger happy.

  - Add Devel::Declare::Context::Simple and
    Devel::Declare::MethodInstaller::Simple as an experimental way to make
    creating block- and sub-like keywords easier (Rhesa Rozendaal).

  - Use B::Hooks::OP::Check to register PL_check callbacks.
  - Use B::Hooks::EndOfScope instead of %^H and Scope::Guard.
  - Don't segfault if HvNAME(PL_curstash) == NULL.
  - Don't segfault on 5.9.5+, where PL_parser is a symbol, not a define.
  - Don't delete the previous symbol table entry when shadowing subs. This
    makes us work within the debugger.
  - Don't mix declarations and code.

  - switch done_declare call from call_argv to call_pv.
  - Make get_linestr{,_offset} return sensible values when called while the
    parser isn't running.
  - Remove several compile time warnings.
  - Allow enabling of debug mode using $ENV{DD_DEBUG}.

  - clean up checks for whether we're lexing and whether lex_stuff exists
    to handle the PL_parser factor-out in 5.10
  - check if reallocation of PL_linestr is necessary before doing it. this way
    we can bail out properly instead of corrupting memory in some cases
  - don't call strlen twice on the same sting
  - try to be more portable
    - stop using Nullsv
    - don't use Perl_* functions directly.
    - don't define PERL_CORE
    - use NEWSV from handy.h instead of defining our own
    - don't define PERL_NO_GET_CONTEXT
    - don't support preprocessors (perl -P)

  - rewrite guts into perl, add tests for new declaration style

  - add support for 'method main' and other package names

  - fix traits code, again, so it compiles on 5.10.

  - only mangle evals if o->op_ppaddr is actually PL_ppaddr[OP_ENTERVAL]
  - don't set OPf_SPECIAL on entereval ops, mistaken cargo cult from autobox
  - fix traits code to work on older 5.8.x perls

  - turns out 0.1.7 in Makefile.PL results in that version going into
    the .xs file as well as the dist name. Then everything breaks.

  - bail on SvGROW during declare process since that can't work
  - use a source filter on files and an op wrap on evals to pre-grow
    PL_linestr so we don't get to the point of needing to bail

  - nasty goto &$func hack to avoid :lvalue+list context weirdness
  - correct SvGROW invocation

  - stop using & prototypes at all

  - correct idiotic typo if ifndef

  - internalise definitions for toke.c chunks to save hassle
  - make NEWSV macro defined via ifndef rather than version check in case
    of 5.8.8-maint (and 5.8.9)

  - compilation fixes for 5.9.5 and -DDEBUGGING

  - compilation fixes for 5.8.1+
  - set Makefile.PL to bomb out for <5.8.1

  - Initial release to CPAN