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I have just uploaded version 0.90 to CPAN, which marks a bigger step than the usual releases, as I have dropped perl-5.005 support. Perl 5.6.1 is now the minimum.

0.90 - 2012-06-15

  • Drop 5.005 support (5.6.1 is now minimum)
  • Introduce record_number
  • Try harder to get the complete input parsed for the current record when hitting errors on parsing seekable IO (only works in 5.14.0 and up)
  • Tested with perl 5.6.1 .. 5.17.0 (99 versions of perl) on Linux, HP-UX, AIX, and Windows
  • SvSETMAGIC was missing for tied variables causing weird actions at a distance, e.g. in printf (Thanks TonyC for finding this)
  • UTF8 flag was not always reset when using bound variables (TonyC)

0.88 - 2012-03-16

  • Fix for $/ in 0.86 broke parsing fields that contain excessive $/'s

0.87 - 2012-03-08

  • Extra check on utf8 output (RT#74330)
  • examples/csvdiff now recognizes numerically sorted CSV files
  • Document example comparing getline_hr vs bind_columns + getline

0.86 - 2012-01-22

  • Introduce quote_binary attribute
  • Update copyright to 2012
  • Versions
  • Fixed a utf8::decode on undef (found by perl-5.15.7)
  • Fixed localized $/ interference with other handles (RT#74216)

0.85 - 2011-09-07

  • NAME / DISTNAME in Makefile.PL

0.84 - 2011-09-07

  • More cross-checks for META data

0.83 - 2011-08-07

  • Fix spurious auto_diag warning (RT#69673)
  • Tested with 50 versions of perl, including 5.15.1

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re: The future of Text::CSV_XS - TODO by Tux
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