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2.200010 2015-03-17 07:43:04-04:00 America/New_York
- copypaste code! apply section_name fix from Section to WithBundles
(thanks, Karen Etheridge)
2.200009 2015-03-07 17:18:10-05:00 America/New_York
- module-loading exceptions now include a section_name attribute for
the name of the section being assembled
2.200008 2014-07-02 19:24:59-04:00 America/New_York
- fix a busted link
- be more consistent in exception-throwing on missing packages
- fix a dumb test that failed in a git checkout
2.200007 2014-01-29 21:04:25-05:00 America/New_York
- throw an exception when a bundle reports an impossible situation,
like { value => [] };
2.200006 2013-09-17 08:58:53 Asia/Tokyo
- fix repository data
2.200005 2013-09-17 08:56:36 Asia/Tokyo
- removed use of deprecated Class::MOP::load_class (thanks, Karen
2.200004 2013-08-27 12:09:19 America/New_York
- pass the arguments to missing_plugin in the right order
2.200003 2013-01-30 21:35:34 America/New_York
- doc fixes (Thanks, George Hartzell!)
2.200002 2012-03-15 21:16:16 America/New_York
- documentation fixes (Thanks, Gregor Herrmann of Debian!)
- depend on at least version 0.17 of Class::Load, to work around a bug
with perl5.8.8 and Module::Runtime 0.012. (Karen Etheridge)
2.200001 2011-02-11 11:13:20 America/New_York
- when throwing "package not installed", add a "package" attribute to
2.200000 2011-02-08 11:05:12 America/New_York
- add Config::MVP::Error for common exceptions
- allow class loading and class-not-found handling to be subclassed
(thanks, Kent Fredric!)
2.101650 2010-06-14 20:22:42 America/New_York
- require Moose 0.91 for native trait support
2.101540 2010-06-03 00:28:57 America/New_York
- improve if_none to return from the proper scope (i.e., now it works)
2.101480 2010-05-28 22:59:18 America/New_York
- add an if_none callback to Reader::Finder; for now, private
2.101460 2010-05-26 22:29:43 America/New_York
- I apologize for breaking backcompat twice in a week. I do not
expect this to happen again. -- rjbs
- Config::MVP::Reader is now a base class rather than a role.
This significantly simplifies the use of Config::MVP readers
and makes things easier to document.
1.101451 2010-05-25 22:38:06 America/New_York
- always finalize sections added by bundles
1.101450 2010-05-25 18:13:19 America/New_York
- The Reader interface has been substantially overhauled.
- Readers no longer have persistent Assembler, but now must be handed
one (or will generate one as needed)
- the arguments for Reader->read_config have changed
- classes implementing Reader are required to provide a
read_into_assembler method, now
- Reader::Findable has been broken into Findable and
0.101410 2010-05-21 22:09:48 America/New_York
Sections, Sequences, and Assemblers can now be finalized
the Assembler finalizes things as appropriate
Sections can refer to their containing Sequence
Sequences can refer to their constructing Assembler
bundles now can (and should) provide payload as an arrayref
Assembler->begin_section can be given a reference to a package name
to skip rewriting
the replace_bundle_with_contents method is used by
Assembler::WithBundles to convert bundle sections into contents
0.100780 2010-03-19 22:16:16 America/New_York
the alias attr on Section is now lazy so that mvp_aliases is called
0.093350 2009-12-01 06:58:48 America/New_York
added Config::MVP::Reader::Hash for use by adapter writers
0.093330 2009-11-29 17:40:08 America/New_York
rebuild to include META.yml for sake of cpandeps scanner
0.093120 2009-11-08
add missing prereq
0.093000 2009-10-27
bundles for Assembler::WithBundles can now be nested
0.092990 2009-10-26
add Config::MVP::Reader and associated packages, from Dist::Zilla
0.092360 2009-08-24
add "begin_section" and "end_section" methods, mostly for wrapping
with extra behavior in subclasses
0.092211 2009-08-09
much more documentation yet again
0.092210 2009-08-09
package interrogation (for mvp_* settings) is now done in Section
initialization; this means you don't need to use the Assembler to
benefit from this feature
much more documentation
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