more machine friendly.
…s like testreport work as expected
…s and warnings caused by use of the old State parameters in Wheels. all tests pass in 5.004_005, 5.005_004, 5.6.2, and 5.8.3
…n bug in perls older than 5.6. the workarounds are commented with nice blocks explaining the problem. the only real solution is to get a perl without the bug. sorry folks. there's only so much i can do.
… qr// on perls that support qr//. tested on 5.004 and 5.8.3
… "no warnings" calls that were breaking poe on perls older than 5.6. replace them with $^W invocations as suggested by perllexwarn. second, fix the TRACE_FILE magic that was causing older perls to lose their mind. the comments here explain this in detail so i wont bother explaining it here. its kind of magic but works well. i have tested all this on 5.004 and 5.8.3 and all is well there (at least in relation to this patch - theres more to come in 5.004 land)
…pm. all tests pass.
equivalents on POE's cookbook page.
the full feature set of the method itself. You can send extra parameters along with a fake signal, and now the docs reflect that.
run something like 20% faster. It's not his ideal patch, but it's a good compromise. We're still hashing out details on the mailing list of his other patch. I think we're done except for the new function's name.
Literal in the I/O filter examples in the docs here. Fix that.
sample program is officially retired.
the ill-fated 0.28. I figure, why burn a hundredth version for a fixup, especially since we're not entirely sure it's gold?
MANIFEST checker will have a conniption. A cow. A canary. All manner of things which are not a Makefile will spring forth from MakeMaker's loins without META.yml existing.
build process still goes through Makefile.PL until I can figure out how to tweak the dist targets in Module::Build.
Build' instead." per http://email@example.com/msg00162.html
lib. Developers and just plain folk who have CVS trees will need to remove their lib directories and "cvs update -dP ." to reflect the new mylib directory. There will be more files moved around shortly.
phrase "use Foo" and treats them like module inclusions. We've subtly tweaked the language in some warnings so they avoid the magic phrase.