Revision history for Perl extension Win32::Console::ANSI

0.01  2002/11/01
	- original version; created by h2xs 1.21 with options
		-A -X -n Win32::ANSIConsole version 0.01 beta

0.02  2003/07/13
  - module renamed Win32::Console::ANSI for the CPAN (brian d foy)
  - this module use now the module Encode for codepages conversion.
    Thanks to Benjamin Goldberg for the suggestion.
  - added more escape sequences for compatibility with Term::ANSIScreen.
    Thanks to Autrijus Tang for the encouragements.
  - fixed a bug about format. Thanks to Josh Spohr to report it.

0.03  2003/07/21
  - bug: print $s; with $s undef gives two error messages.
    fixed: now the module croaks.
  - bug: print "\e[m" x 100; dies with error message:
    Deep recursion on subroutine "Win32::Console::ANSI::IO::_PrintString"
    fixed: the routine is now iterative, not recursive.
  - bug: \e(K now restore the original code page.
  - fixed some typo in doc and

0.04  2003/10/09
  - bug: the printf function doesn't work as expected! -fixed.
    Thanks to Mark A. Rudolph to report this bug.
0.05  2004/02/26
  - bug: the variable $, has no effect on print! -fixed.
  - the module takes now the pragma -w and (use warnings) into account.
  - bug: print '0' print nothing! -fixed
    Thanks to Daniel Schoene to report this bug.
0.06  2004/09/20
  - bug: with \e[#K, if the cursor is on the last line of the console,
         a new line is added. -fixed.
    Thanks to Eric Zmiro for reporting this bug.
  - STDIN and STDERR are tied only if there are tty

0.07  2005/01/02
  - it's now possible to redirect STDERR or STDOUT to a file.
    Request from Phoeares Tsai.
  - added two auxiliary functions 'Title' and 'Cursor'.
  - improved the doc (limitations)
1.00  2005/07/03
  The module has been rewritten in C.  
  By hooking the WriteFile API function in all the modules loaded by the 
  script, it is possible to interpret the escape sequences just before they 
  are written in the console.
  This suppresses several previous versions limitations:  
  - no tied handles (we can duplicate STDOUT or STDERR as usual and the 
    module works now with IPC::Open2 and IPC::Open3)    
  - the bug with the join method is fixed. We can use threads. 
  - The conversion of the Windows codepage to the console codepage (ANSI to 
    OEM conversion) is done by the internal Windows functions. The 
    Encode module is not used anymore (the exe made with PAR are smaller).  
  - The module is smaller and faster.