Revision history for Basset 1.04 06/08/2007 + Basset::Template - lots of modifications 1.03 04/27/2006 In addition to the usual bug fixes and optimizations and such, this stuff is important: + Basset::Object - flipped the precedence on class attributes so that conf values take precedence over passed in values at add. - No longer relies upon import to set default values - added new and improved add_attr syntax - added new and far more efficient accessor methods - added attributes & is_attribute for introspection - can no longer wrapper attributes, only methods - the initializer can now take defaults from an initial hashref. Read the docs for new. - added defaults to the conf file, rendering a default file unnecessary. - made the inherits method obsolete - removed escape_for_html (moved into Basset::Template) + Basset::Object::Persistent - ripped out the group syntax (toldja it'd go) - added primary & non primary attributes, which are experimental - removed the on_load and on_commit wrappers and related miscellanea - added the _isa_committing_accessor in their place - improved internal definition of uniqueness, useful for objects tied to multiple tables - added the force_arrayref loader flag - iced load_by_user + Basset::Machine - properly subclassed from the abstract object type - added the extractor component, and related methods + Basset::Object::Conf - read_conf_files now takes key/value pairs - clarifications to the grammar + Basset::DB - now disconnects (with a warning!) when a failed transaction ends its way down to an empty stack. - only wipes & disconnects if it has a handle. + Basset::Template - updated pod to reflect new default tags - added pipe_flags (yeah, yeah, deviates from pure perl) - templates starting with / now are assumed to sit off the document root. - removed the esape_html flag (use a pipe_flag instead) - you no longer need to populate the default tags in your conf file - now includes escape_for_html ( | h) and escape_for_url ( | u) + Basset::DB::Table - now does not create attributes by default. 1.02 05/06/2005 + Basset::DB - added the recreate_handle method + Basset::Object::Persistent - minor optimizations - added a few omitted error codes - newly overriden copy method - fixed a bug where primary columns wouldn't always be aliased - replaced explicit load_all calls with load_where calls - added load_one_where - driver now doesn't ping on the command line, always pings in mod_perl + Basset::Object - minor optimizations - inlined classes no longer muck up %INC - pkg_for_type no longer caches + Basset::Template - moved the default attribute definitions out of the conf file and into the module. (smaller default conf file, values can still be overridden in conf) + Basset::Machine - added + Basset::Machine::State - added 1.01 04/20/2005 + Basset::DB::Table - added attributes_to_create, attributes_not_to_create, create_attributes flags - added omit_columns_from_tables flag to multiselect_query - qualify_name now accepts an array of colum names + Basset::Object::Persistent - removed options and methods to cache objects (cache_object flag, etc.) - removed perl_read_translation/perl_write_translation & import_from_db/export_to_db they are replaced with wrappers. - added the on_load_* and on_commit_* methods - Now expects attributes to be populated from Basset::DB::Table objects - cleaned up the relationship and instantiation code - load now uses load_where - load_all can accept the in_query flag. - added the local_driver attribute - has_many will now subclass rlt tables on the fly + Basset::Object - exceptions now croak instead of dying (requires Carp) - Now uses Basset::Container::Hash for hashes in trickled class attributes. - New instantiator - Uses an import method to read in class defaults from the conf file - attributes using an internal accessor now use the attribute value itself as the internal key inside the hash. - error now takes a 4th argument to always die with an exception - added wrappers - added the load_pkg method to load up a class - slightly faster initializer * minor bug fixes, speed boosts, tweaks 1.00 04/20/2004 Initial public release. More good things to come later.