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Fix for Mojolicious 6.40 and above #12

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paultcochrane commented Mar 13, 2016

Update the module to use the new location for the constants previously imported from Mojo::Transation::WebSocket. Their new location is now Mojo::WebSocket. This PR makes the tests pass for Mojolicious versions 6.40 and above (and hence addresses issue #3), however breaks the code for Mojolicious versions below 6.40... Do you also wish to support the older versions in any future release of MojoX::Transaction::WebSocket76?

It turns out that the build_frame method has also been moved from Mojo::Transation::WebSocket into Mojo::WebSocket and it has consequently been deprecated. How exactly this issue is to be solved is not clear, however it is good to at least be aware that the method may one day be removed.

paultcochrane added some commits Mar 13, 2016

Use constants now exported from Mojo::WebSocket
The constants `DEBUG`, `TEXT`, and `CLOSE` were (in Mojolicious versions
below 6.40) defined in `Mojo::Transaction::WebSocket`.  They are now (in
versions 6.40 and above) defined in `Mojo::WebSocket`, also the `TEXT` and
`CLOSE` constants have been renamed with a `WS_` prefix.  The `BINARY`
constnat has been removed since it turns out this wasn't used in
`MojoX::Transaction::WebSocket76`.  This commit updates the code to use the
new constant names and thus allows the module to work with Mojolicious
versions 6.40 and above.

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Add Travis-CI config #13


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KES777 Apr 14, 2016

+1 it is works. Thank you

KES777 commented Apr 14, 2016

+1 it is works. Thank you

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