File perl-Exception-Class.changes of Package perl-Exception-Class

Wed Dec  1 13:07:54 UTC 2010 -

- switch to perl_requires macro

Sat Jul 25 19:37:37 CEST 2009 -

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

Tue Jul 14 12:37:51 CEST 2009 -

- update to 1.29
  * Make sure that there is only one line that the toolchain can pick up
    when looking for this module's $VERSION.
- 1.28 May 6, 2009
  * Removed Exception::Class::Base->do_trace and ->NoObjectRefs, both of
    which have been undocumented for many years.
  * Moved Exception::Class::Base to its own file, so it doesn't
    overwrite the $VERSION in Exception::Class (and for general
    sanity). Reported by Kirk Baucom.
- 1.27 May 4, 2009
  * The error message for an exception no longer defaults to $!. This
    was a bad idea, and has bitten some people. Addresses RT #43600.
  * I'm now only supporting Perl 5.8.1+. This module broke on 5.6.2 (and
    5.8.0) at some point and I don't really care enough to fix
    it. Non-intrusive patches to make it work on 5.8.0 or less (again)
    will be accepted.
- 1.26 Oct 25, 2008
  * No code changes, just bumped the Devel::StackTrace dependency to
  * The changes in 1.25 exposed a bug in Devel::StackTrace which has now
    been fixed. This caused HTML::Mason test failures, among other
    things. Reported by Andreas Koenig.
- 1.25 Oct 21, 2008
  * The Exception::Class::Base constructor no longer looks at the
    associated Devel::StackTrace object's frames. Avoiding looking at
    the frames should make constructing exception objects much
    faster. Instead the information based on the stack trace frames -
    package(), file(), and line() - is only retrieved when it is
    requested. Patch by Ruslan Zakirov. RT #40221.
- 1.24 Mar 30, 2008
  * Added a MaxArgLength class parameter to go along with the new
    max_arg_length constructor param for Devel::StackTrace
    objects. Patch by Ian Burrell.
- added perl-macros
  o autogen filelist with perl_gen_filelist
- spec mods
  o added header
  o fixed deps