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1 parent 948f952 commit b01c7e9ff60849643a63ff6f06c5d3342a53038a @jberger committed May 8, 2012
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  1. +3 −3 README.pod
  2. +5 −2 lib/PerlGSL.pm
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@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ Be sane
=head1 PerlGSL: The Standard Distribution
-Beyond defining a namespace, the C<PerlGSL> module is a central module for installing/loading the "Standard" PerlGSL modules. Installing L<PerlGSL> will install all of these modules. Loading L<PerlGSL> does nothing, however loading with a tag (e.g. C<use PerlGSL ':tag';>) will import certain functions from these modules. Those tags are:
+Beyond defining a namespace, the C<PerlGSL> module is a central module for installing/loading the "Standard" PerlGSL modules. Installing L<PerlGSL> will install all of these modules. Loading L<PerlGSL> does nothing, however loading with a tag (e.g. C<use PerlGSL ':tag';>) will import certain functions from these modules; the number in square brackets indicated the C<PerlGSL> version number that the module was added to the standard distribution. Those tags are:
=over 4
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ Beyond defining a namespace, the C<PerlGSL> module is a central module for insta
=item *
-C<int_multi> - from L<PerlGSL::Integration::MultiDim>
+C<int_multi> - from L<PerlGSL::Integration::MultiDim> [standard since PerlGSL: 0.001]
=back
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ L<PerlGSL> is by no means the only bindings for GSL available via CPAN. Its purp
=item *
-L<PDL::GSL> - L<PDL> is a C-level matrix-like sublanguage for Perl. It is in the vein of MatLab or IDL. It has bindings to many of the GSL libraries. It is fast, but only as Perlish as PDL is itself.
+L<PDL::GSL|http://pdl.perl.org/?docs=Modules&title=PDL::Modules#gnu_scientific_library> - L<PDL> is a C-level matrix-like sublanguage for Perl. It is in the vein of MatLab or IDL. It has bindings to many of the GSL libraries. It is fast, but only as Perlish as PDL is itself.
=item *
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@@ -3,6 +3,9 @@ package PerlGSL;
use strict;
use warnings;
+our $VERSION = '0.001';
+$VERSION = eval $VERSION;
+
use base 'Exporter';
our %EXPORT_TAGS;
@@ -63,7 +66,7 @@ Be sane
=head1 PerlGSL: The Standard Distribution
-Beyond defining a namespace, the C<PerlGSL> module is a central module for installing/loading the "Standard" PerlGSL modules. Installing L<PerlGSL> will install all of these modules. Loading L<PerlGSL> does nothing, however loading with a tag (e.g. C<use PerlGSL ':tag';>) will import certain functions from these modules. Those tags are:
+Beyond defining a namespace, the C<PerlGSL> module is a central module for installing/loading the "Standard" PerlGSL modules. Installing L<PerlGSL> will install all of these modules. Loading L<PerlGSL> does nothing, however loading with a tag (e.g. C<use PerlGSL ':tag';>) will import certain functions from these modules; the number in square brackets indicated the C<PerlGSL> version number that the module was added to the standard distribution. Those tags are:
=over
@@ -73,7 +76,7 @@ Beyond defining a namespace, the C<PerlGSL> module is a central module for insta
=item *
-C<int_multi> - from L<PerlGSL::Integration::MultiDim>
+C<int_multi> - from L<PerlGSL::Integration::MultiDim> [standard since PerlGSL: 0.001]
=back

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