File perl-Devel-StackTrace.changes of Package perl-Devel-StackTrace

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Thu Jun 26 08:53:15 CEST 2014 - lchiquitto@suse.de

- remove obsolete patch from package sources:
  Devel-StackTrace-1.27_Test_More.patch

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Tue Jun  4 08:33:17 UTC 2013 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.30
 - There was an eval which did not first localize $@ and $SIG{__DIE__}. This
   broke Plack::Middleware::StackTrace (and possibly other tihngs).
 
 - The Devel::StackTrace->frames() method is now read-write. This allows you to
   do more complex filtering of frames than is easily possible with the
   frame_filter argument to the constructor. Patch by David Cantrell.
 
 - Allow arguments to a trace's as_string method, specifically max_arg_length
   Patch by Ricardo Signes.
 
 - Added a no_args option to the constructor in 1.26 but forgot to mention it
   in Changes. Requested by Scott J. Miller. RT #71482.

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Fri Nov 18 11:08:14 UTC 2011 - coolo@suse.com

- use original .tar.gz

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Tue Feb  1 12:46:22 UTC 2011 - chris@computersalat.de

- fix deps
  * created by cpanspec 1.78.03
- fix build for suse_version < 1120
  o add Test_More patch

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Wed Jan 19 13:49:08 UTC 2011 - coolo@novell.com

- update to version 1.27
  - Skip some tests on 5.13.8+ that are no longer relevant because of a change
    in the Perl core. Reported by Andreas Koenig. RT #64828.
  - The as_string method did not localize $@ and $SIG{__DIE__} before doing an
   eval. Reported and tested by Marc Mims. RT #61072.
  - Moved the frame object to its own file, and renamed it
    Devel::StackTrace::Frame. The old package name, Devel::StackTraceFrame, is
    now a subclass of the new package, to provide a backwards compatibility
    shim.
  - Added message and indent constructor parameters. Based on a patch by James
    Laver. RT #59830.

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Wed Dec  1 09:44:32 UTC 2010 - coolo@novell.com

- switch to perl_requires macro

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Mon Mar  8 21:59:06 UTC 2010 - chris@computersalat.de

- update to version 1.22
  - Apparently, overload::StrVal on older Perls (5.8.5, but not 5.8.8)
    tried to call a stringification method if it existed. So now,
    Devel::StackTrace just uses overload::AddrRef instead, which should
    always be safe. Reported by Michael Stevens. Fixes RT #47900.
- 1.21  Jul 1, 2009
  - Overloaded objects which didn't provide a stringification method
    cause Devel::StackTrace to die when respect_overload was
    true. Reported by Laurent Dami. RT #39533.
  - Added a frame_filter option which allows for fine-grained control
    over what frames are included in a trace. Based on (but expanded)
    from a patch proposed by Florian Ragwitz. RT #47415.
- cleanup spec
  - Header version
  - License
  - Provides

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Sat Jul 25 19:37:10 CEST 2009 - chris@computersalat.de

- spec mods
  * removed ^----------
  * removed ^#---------

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Sun Jun 28 01:06:14 CEST 2009 - chris@computersalat.de

- added perl-macros
  o autogen filelist with perl_gen_filelist
- spec mods
  o added header
  o fixed deps

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Thu Mar 19 15:06:07 CET 2009 - lars@linux-schulserver.de

- update to 1.20:
  + many test fixes
  + bad utf-8 fixes
  + Added a max_arg_length parameter, which if set causes 
    Devel::StackTrace to truncate long strings when printing out a
    frame. RT #33519. Patch by Ian Burrell.

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Thu Nov 01 00:00:00 CET 2007 - James Oakley <jfunk@funktronics.ca> - 1.15-1

- Initial release
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