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1.53 2013-04-02
- A fix in 1.00 broke a test in this distro. Reported by Anthony J
Lucas. RT #84371.
1.52 2012-07-01
- Shut up "unescaped braces in regex" warning from 5.17.0. RT #77514. Patch by
1.51 2012-05-27
- Packaging cleanup, including listing Test::More as a test prereq, not a
runtime prereq. RT #76128.
1.5000 2010-10-16
- This module did not recognize UTC as a valid time zone. Patch by Danijel
Tašov. RT #59209.
1.4000 2010-06-28
- Actually update $VERSION in module file. Reported by David Wheeler.
1.3000 2010-06-26
- Specifiers which allowed for leading space before a number (like %e) would
cause to throw an error if the date being parsed actually
contained leading space. Patch by Alex Vandiver. RT #58459.
- License is now Artistic 2.0
1.2000 2010-03-19
- Updated to use non-deprecated DateTime::Locale API
1.1000 2009-07-13 -- Regex Pattern
- If the pattern you pass in is a regular expression, that will be honored.
- Changed the locale tests to use require the latest version of Locale until
the target stops moving.
1.0901 2009-05-16 -- Official release of 1.0900_01
1.0900_01 2009-04-18
- Makefile.PL changes for Windows users as per issue #16
1.0900 2009-02-22
- It seems that I also wasn't seeing notifications from RT (please don't use
it, use the Gooogle project) so all the following are fixed:
- 36672 Started failing mid May
- 23313 Bug handling time zones like America/New_York
- 25555 Module dies even when on_error is 'undef'
- 23768 Olson timezone handling incorrect
- 22450 locale test failing with bleadperl
- 20487 nmake test_more fail (with patch); incorrect META.yml
- 12071 format_datetime uses datetime locale rather than format locale
- 11863 bug in DateTime::Format::Strptime 1.0601 when using %s
- And a couple from Google:
- #8 Add DateTime::Locale to documentation
- #10 Parsing bug -- can't detect word boundry after month abbr
1.0800 2008-08-07
- It seems that I wasn't getting notifications from Google when people had
reported bugs, so there's a pile of fixes in this release. Hopefully that
fixes everyone's issues.
1.0702 2007-09-19
- Updated the META.yml file to have the correct 'resources' and match the
latest spec
- Updated the docus with a 'resources' section that has the same information
in it for readers of POD.
- This version ONLY changes the documentation and so it not a required update.
1.0701 2007-09-18
- Many people pointed out that while this module hadn't broken the tests for
the French locale had. This is due to a new source for the data in
- This version ONLY changes the tests and so it not a required update.
1.0700 Sat, 5 Nov 2005 09:44:10 +1100
- Mike Schilli pointed out that strings without time zones or constructors
without a time zone should be returning a DateTime in the floating time zone
rather than UTC.
- Jason Bodnar requested greater allowance for time zones in strings .. so
I've now added the ability to use an Olson time zone identifier with
%O. Note that this is a token specifically added to Strptime and it WILL NOT
WORK with DateTime's strftime method.
1.0601 Wed, 1 Sep 2004 07:52:44 +1000
- Dave Faraldo and Jonathan Lefter pointed out that one of the new Locale
tests in t/006... will fail on the 30th and 31st of the month as not all
months have those days. Patch supplied by Jonathan has been applied.
- This is just a test fix and doesn't alter the way the module runs in any
way. If you already got 1.06 to run then you don't need this.
1.0600 Sat, 28 Aug 2004 15:02:47 +1000
- Fixed bug from RT (#7502) from that made validation fall
over by assuming midnight always exists. The patch now assumes Midday exists
(both he and I assume that DST will never start at midday anywhere anytime!)
- This is a major change and you should install this release if you ever use
any time_zone other than floating or UTC. And if you don't use them today,
you may tomorrow - so upgrade OK?
1.0500 Wed, 18 Aug 2004 17:24:32 +1000
- Adapted and applied patches from Jean Forget to allow day names and month
names to have \W characters and to allow am/pm values from other locales
- Jean's patch also included some doc patches
- Patched the synopsis a Jean suggestion to demonstrate how to use the
non-default error behaviors
- Added tests for these bugs
- Added t/more/* and the make test_more target so I can test every locale if I
want to.
- It's over a year since I deprecated the language parameter so I've now
removed it. You've had a year of warnings!
- This is a major change and you should install this release if you use any
locale other than en.
1.0400 Sun, 10 Aug 2003 00:22:00 +1000
- Applied patches from Joshua Hoblitt to move the the brand new
DateTime::Locale rather than the old ::Language modules
- Implemented %x, %X and %c for locale formats
- Fixed a bug on the two digit year determinator
- Added a test for locales known as 004locale.t
- This is a major change and you should install this release if you are using
DateTime >= 0.14 (the first release with Locale)
1.0302 Sat, 28 Jun 2003 09:15:21 +1000
- Test 004 was failing on Windows due to the path delimiter being a backslash
rather than a slash. This release should also fix Strptime for Mac users,
although I've had no complaints from such users. (Myself being one of the
only ones currently using Strptime AFAIK!) Thanks Ron Hill for the bug
1.0301 Wed, 25 Jun 2003 22:40:12 +1000
- Updated to handle the post 0.12 DateTime that now validates dates. Still
handles old DateTime.
1.0300 Sat, 07 Jun 2003 10:40:23 +1000
- The calls to die() have changed by request of Dave Rolsky and Iain Truskett
(Thanks!). We now allow each object to have its own behavior.
- The default behavior has been changed to returning undef. This was
requested by someone (tell me if it was you!) and made a lot of sense to me.
- Never released to CPAN
1.0200 Wed, 28 May 2003 21:02:03 +1000
- The docs for Time::Local talk about the 'proclivity to croak' which
basically means the module croaks easily. So did this one until now.
Until now, if you allowed a user to specify a pattern and they entered one
that was non parsable, this module would croak causing your script to
croak. This is a Bad Thing (tm).
The behaviour now remains the same, however if you set
$DateTime::Format::StrpTime::CROAK to false, methods will return undef
rather than croaking. $DateTime::Format::StrpTime::errmsg will tell you
what went wrong.
The default is to continue to croak. This means you have to delibrately turn
it off. Hopefully you'll change you script to do this at the same time you
change it to check the return values of the methods :)
1.0103 Wed, 28 May 2003 20:10:57 +1000
- Applied doc patches from Iain Truskett (Thanks!)
- Clarified parameter discrepancy between synopsis and docs (Thanks Chris
1.0102 Fri, 16 May 2003 07:28:18 +1000
- Fixed the same test as above. Think I actually succeeded this time!
1.0101 Tue, 13 May 2003 07:58:23 +1000
- Fixed a test that was broken if DateTime::TimeZone was not version 0.13 or
1.0100 Sun, 11 May 2003 13:54:36 +1000
- If we have the latest DateTime we run the test mentioned above
- Fixed my version format as advised by Iain Truskett if it still doesn't work
it's because of me, not him
- Added the ability to handle nanoseconds as requested by Michael Goltze.
- Got Time Zones working, including mapping non-ambiguous TLAs offsets and
Olsen names (the latter uses the %q token)
1.00.02 Tue, 29 Apr 2003 07:03:19 +1000
- Fixed a test that only worked in DateTime was from CVS
- Fixed two issues noted by Iain Truskett:
- Removed a diag() in test 1 that was just there for testing the test
- Added a linebreak to the end of the MANIFEST
1.00.01 Mon, 28 Apr 2003 07:12:01 +1000
- removed alien life-forms (characters that didn't ASCIIfy)
* No API change, just made it so it will install now!
1.00.00 Sun, 27 Apr 2003 17:56:27 +1000
- first CPAN release
- added tests
- should be 100% compatible with DateTime's strftime function
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