Had to release a new Hash::StoredIterator to fix this one, I accidentally used a deprecated function within one that was not deprecated. Perl5i has been updated to use the newest Hash::StoredIterator (new code will break w/o it, or at least w/o 0.006, and will warn without 0.007).
Using 0.016 which sped up Path::Tiny immensely by not using autodie directly and loading modules on demand.
Add $scalar->path to turn make a Path::Tiny object from $scalar.
Remove it else we get a broken build.
Don't ship the Travis CI config file.
removed hash ordering assumptions in flip.t
given/when uses smartmatch, so it gets the warning.
relaxed test for "Module doesnt exist" in t/require.t
suppress "Smartmatch is experimental" warnings on 5.18+
See https://travis-ci.org/schwern/perl5i/builds/7611344 and exodist/Hash-StoredIterator#1 Needed an upgrade to ExtUtils::ParseXS
Hash::StoredIterator <0.004 do not work in 5.18. The new version does.
Will make quickstarting easier. Only need cpanm, don't need to install a whole new perl.
The load time of Path::Tiny is up to 25% of perl5i, so we must load it on demand. I benchmarked the cost of "require Path::Tiny" every time and it came out to be a significant difference for object construction. The docs are very understated for what impact on the ease of file manipulation this has. Path::Tiny has some useful class methods. cwd, rootdir, tempfile and tempdir. There's no way to access them through perl5i, you have to use Path::Tiny directly. This is less than ideal, but ok for now.
This avoids a conflict between perl5i and Data::Dumper::Simple and probably more Devel::Declare modules. Also filled in the change log for my previous commit. Fixes #181
perl5i::2::CODE needs it and it was never declared. Object::ID was saving us. Chose 0.06 because everything after (0.12 is the latest) don't look like runtime changes or bug fixes which impact us.
No need to go into the details of how import works. The user needs to know what the feature does. For #228
…ist. For #228
Adding the ability to skip loading features. For #228