Revision history for Crypt-LE

0.10    16 March 2016
        - Minor documentation changes.
        - Text in Crypt::LE::Challenge::Simple handler brought in line with

0.09    15 March 2016
        - Client (and the library of course) now also supports optional callback for verification,
          so you can clean up challenge files or react in some way depending on the verification process outcome.
        - Minor documentation fixes.

0.08    15 March 2016
        - Added MIME::Base64 version dependency to make it work in a specific NetBSD environment.
        - Client will not require 'crt' parameter in generate-only mode any more.
        - Brushed up documentation.

0.07    14 March 2016
        - Certificate revocation now handles "already revoked" status better.
        - Both 'handle-params' and 'complete-params' can now take JSON document with parameters either directly or by reading it from file.
          So it should be now even easier to create 'handle' and 'complete' plugins and pass parameters to those without changing anything
          in the client itself.

0.06    14 March 2016
        - Added certificate revocation to both the library (Crypt::LE) and the client (
        - Improved documentation and usage help.
        - Added HTTP::Tiny dependencies for NetBSD/OpenBSD boxes, which don't have IO::Socket::SSL and Net::SSLeay
          installed by default.

0.05    13 March 2016
        Client: In addition to be able to use external challenge handlers, can now also use completion handlers. Example: ... --complete-with Crypt::LE::Complete::Simple --complete-params '{"key1": 1, "key2": 2, "key3": "something"}'

        The module handling process completion should have a 'complete' method defined, to which both the completion data
        (including the domain and issuer's certificate, certificate file name and key file name) and the parameters given
        with '--complete-params' will be passed.

0.04    13 March 2016
        Library: accept_challenge() now takes optional parameters, which can be then passed to a callback.
        Client: now supports passing parameters to external challenge handling modules. Example: ... --handle-with Crypt::LE::Challenge::Simple --handle-params '{"key1": 1, "key2": 2, "key3": "something"}'

0.03    13 March 2016
        Client ( now supports "handle-with" and "handle-as" parameters, so external 
        challenge handling modules (such as Crypt::LE::Challenge::Simple) can be easily used.

0.02    12 March 2016
        Minor documentation fix.

0.01    12 March 2016
        Initial version.