Use warnings::warnif instead of just warn for columns < 2.  Appled per
request of Rafael Garcia-Suarez <rgarciasuarez at>.

= 2006/11/17

Text::Tabs can handle newlines now so the BUGS section has been removed
per request from Aristotle Pagaltzis.

= 2006/07/11

Further bomb-proofing to pass more tests: Dan Jacobson <jidanni at 
jidanni dot org> found another way to generate a "this shouldn't happen".

= 2006/07/05 

Made documentation and code changes to address perlbug:

Added in changes from the distributed-with-perl version.  This took 
care of perlbug:
It also took care of suggestion from Matthijs Bomhoff <matthijs
at bomhoff dot nl>.

Made documentation changes (added EXAMPLES) as per a suggestion
from Gabor Blasko <gblasko at cs dot columbia dot edu>

belg4mit at MIT dot EDU reported that $columns==1 die'd.  No longer.

Added tests for each bug report.

= 2005/08/24

Added $separator2 and tests for $separator and $separator2

Aristotle Pagaltzis <pagaltzis at> contributed a new version of
expand() that is faster.

Jarkko Hietaniemi <jhi at> sent in perl change #17917 which
fixed a bug in wrap.

Matthew Durante <matthew_durante at> and 
Don Buchholz <don at> sent in a doc patches.

= 2001/09/29

Philip Newton <Philip.Newton at> sent in a clean patch that
added support for defining words differently; that prevents 
Text::Wrap from untainting strings; and that fixes a documentation

So that fill.t can be used in the version included in the perl
distribution, fill.t no longer uses File::Slurp.

Both Sweth Chandramouli <svc at> and Drew Degentesh 
<ddegentesh at> both objected to the automatic unexpand
that Text::Wrap does on its results.  Drew sent a patch which
has been integrated.

Way back in '97, Joel Earl <jrearl at VNET.IBM.COM> asked that
it be possible to use a line separator other than \n when
adding new lines.  There is now support for that.

= 2001/01/30

Bugfix by Michael G Schwern <schwern at>: don't add extra
whitespace when working one an array of input (as opposed to a 
single string).

Performance rewrite: use m/\G/ rather than s///.

You can now specify that words that are too long to wrap can simply
overflow the line.  Feature requested by James Hoagland 
<hoagland at> and by John Porter <jdporter at>.

Documentation changes from Rich Bowen <Rich at>.

= 1998/11/29

Combined into  It appears there are versions of with fill in them.

= 1998/11/28

Over the last couple of years, many people sent in various
rewrites of Text::Wrap.  I should have done something about
updating it long ago.  If someone wants to take it over from
me, discuss it in perl-porters.  I'll be happy to hand it

Anyway, I have a bunch of people to thank.  I didn't
use what any of them sent in, but I did take ideas from
all of them.  Many sent in complete new implamentations.

	Ivan Brawley <ibrawley at> 

	Jacqui Caren <Jacqui.Caren at>

	Jeff Kowalski <jeff.kowalski at>

	Allen Smith <easmith at>

	Sullivan N. Beck <sbeck at>

The end result is a very slight change in the API.  There
is now an additional package variable: $Text::Wrap::huge.
When $huge is set to 'die' then long words will cause 
wrap() to die.  When it is set to 'wrap', long words will
be wrapped.  The default is 'wrap'.

This is a change in behavior.

At the bottom of Text::Wrap, there was a function (fill())
sitting there unpublished.  There was a note that Tim Pierce
had a faster version, but a search on CPAN failed to turn it
up.  Text::Fill is now available.