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Revision history for Perl extension CGI::Header.
0.11 Dec 16th, 2012
- Add FIRSTKEY() and NEXTKEY(). These methods were implemented to
test this module itself.
- flatten() receives optional $is_recursive argument
which determines whether to flatten the Set-Cookie headers recursively.
$is_recursive defaults to true.
- flatten() and each() don't stringify CGI::Cookie objects.
- field_names() returns a list of field names in a random order
0.10 Dec 14th, 2012
- p3p_tags() returns the number of P3P tags
instead of the first element in scalar context
- rehash() returns the current object itself:
my @headers = CGI::Header->new(@args)->rehash->flatten;
- each() doesn't depend on field_names().
field_names() depends on each().
As a result, if Set-Cookie header is multi-valued,
field_names() will return a list which contains duplicate values.
I don't know how to solve this problem at this time.
0.09 Nov 13th, 2012
- has charset() attribute which defaults to 'ISO-8859-1'.
CGI::header() function depends on this attribute.
I noticed this module depends on the default value, 'ISO-8859-1',
and so decided to remove this dependency because this module
shouldn't depend on the internal state of
my $h = CGI::Header->new( -type => 'text/plain' );
$h->get( 'Content-Type' ); # => "text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1"
$h->get( 'Content-Type' ); # => "text/plain"
0.08 Nov 13th, 2012
- reimplemented rehash()
- [DOCUMENTATION] describe how this module normalizes parameter names
0.07 Nov 12th, 2012
0.06 Nov 11th, 2012
- First release
0.05 Nov 10th, 2012
- add rehash() method which rebuilds header hash references
0.04 Nov 7th, 2012
- reorganized tests using subtest() function exported by Test::More
- doesn't overload '""' (stringify) with as_string()
because this module isn't the replacement of CGI::header() function.
I think CGI::header() should be used to stringify
header hash references in most cases.
- each() doesn't stringify values (cf. HTTP::Headers->scan),
and so the callback function will receive raw CGI::Cookie objects.
- On the other hand, flatten() forces stringification.
flatten() may be called to generate PSGI-compatible header array
0.03 Oct 7th, 2012
- add a benchmark against HTTP::Parser::XS
- update POD
- add t/server.t
- tests require 3.51 because the distribution contains t/headers.t
0.02 Oct 4th, 2012
- tests require 3.60 and HTTP::Date
- fix typo
0.01 Sep 23rd, 2012
- Forked from Blosxom::Header
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