@@ -54,6 +54,12 @@ Without the WKT format included (by default), the `OpenLayers.Geometry::toString
`Layer.OSM` is now defined in its own script file, namely `OpenLayers/Layer/OSM.js`. So people using `Layer.OSM` should now include `OpenLayers/Layer/OSM.js`, as opposed to `OpenLayers/Layer/XYZ.js`, in their OpenLayers builds. (See https://github.com/openlayers/openlayers/issues/138)
+##Projection & SphericalMercator
+In previous releases, coordinate transforms between EPSG:4326 and EPSG:900913 were defined in the SphericalMercator.js script. In 2.12, these default transforms are included in the Projection.js script. The Projection.js script is included as a dependency in builds with any layer types, so no special build configuration is necessary to get the web mercator transforms.
+If you were previously using the `OpenLayers.Layer.SphericalMercator.forwardMercator` or `inverseMercator` methods, you may have to explicitly include the SphericalMercator.js script in your build. The Google layer is the only layer that depends on the SphericalMercator mixin. If you are not using the Google layer but want to use the SphericalMercator methods listed above, you have to explicitly include the SphericalMercator.js script in your build.
`OpenLayers.Protocol.HTTP` no longer requires `OpenLayers.Format.QueryStringFilter`. It you need this, make sure it is included in your build config file.