File perl-Test-Spelling.changes of Package perl-Test-Spelling

Tue Jun  4 15:08:59 UTC 2013 -

- updated to 0.19
         - for more consistent results avoid using the user's local aspell
           dictionary [ #56483] (Karen Etheridge)
         - Work around Pod::Spell limitations (David Golden)
         - Improve case handling (David Golden)
         - Improve test failure reporting (Karen Etheridge)
         - Include more useful info in Test-Spelling's own test
             suite (Shawn Moore)
         - Use IPC::Run3 instead of IPC::Open3
             Quoth IPC::Open3:
                 If you try to read from the child's stdout writer
                 and their stderr writer, you'll have problems with
                 blocking ... This is very dangerous, as you may
                 block forever.
             Also the code is nicely shorter. (Randy Stauner)
         - Allow use of a custom POD parser rather than Pod::Spell
           using set_pod_parser (Thomas Sibley)

Mon Dec 19 16:22:38 UTC 2011 -

- update to 0.15
     - Begin adding actual tests
       (Hilariously, adding the suggested t/pod-spell.t to this
       dist to test itself found a typo: "stopwards")
     - Fix an error when using add_stopwords("constant", "strings")
       [ #68471] (reported by Nicholas Bamber)
     - Make alternatives checking more robust by reading the spellchecker's
     - Best Practical has taken over maintainership of this module
     - Try various spellcheck programs instead of hardcoding the ancient
       `spell` [ #56483] (reported by Lars Dɪᴇᴄᴋᴏᴡ, et al)
     - Remove temporary files more aggressively [ #41586]
       (reported by Tokuhiro Matsuno)
     - fixed by not creating them at all :) instead we now use IPC::Open3
     - Remove suggestion to use broken `aspell -l` [ #28967]
       (reported by David Hand)
     - Add set_pod_file_filter for skipping translations, etc.
     - Skip tests in all_pod_files_spelling_ok if there is no working
     - Provide a has_working_spellchecker so you can skip your own tests if
       there's no working spellchecker
     - Switch to Module::Install
     - Rewrite and modernize a lot of the documentation
     - Decruftify code, such as by using Exporter and lexical filehandles
     - Support .plx files (you're welcome Schwern)

Wed Dec  1 06:55:44 UTC 2010 -

- switch to perl_requires macro

Mon Nov 29 18:31:15 UTC 2010 -

- remove /var/adm/perl-modules

Fri Aug 27 00:08:38 UTC 2010 -

- initial package (0.11)
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