File perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime.changes of Package perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime

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Fri Aug  4 05:25:12 UTC 2017 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.74
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.74     2017-08-03
  
  - Fix text to not rely on a very specific exception message from Specio. This
    was broken in 0.39. Reported by Slaven Rezić. GH #18.

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Thu May 25 07:51:17 UTC 2017 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.73
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.73     2017-01-31
  
  - The format_datetime now checks that the object it is given isa DateTime
    object. Implemented by Mohammad S Anwar. GitHub #17.
  
  
  1.72     2017-01-24
  
  - Require DateTime::Locale 1.05. This fixes some test failures seen on CPAN
    Testers. Also require DateTime::TimeZone 2.09 because you should really
    update this on a regular basis.
  
  - Require Specio 0.33 to fix other test failures seen on CPAN (I hope).
  
  
  1.71     2017-01-24
  
  - By default, the word boundary checks added in 1.69 are now off. You can
    enable them by passing "strict => 1" to the constructor. This was reported
    as an issue by Toby Corkindale as GitHub #15.
  
  - Switched from Params::Validate to Params::ValidationCompiler.

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Mon Dec 12 06:22:16 UTC 2016 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.70
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.70     2016-12-10
  
  - Altered the conversion specifier %z to accept ±HH, ±HHMM, ±HH:MM and Z.
    Previously only ±HHMM where accepted. PR from Christian Hansen, GitHub #13.
  
  
  1.69     2016-12-04 (TRIAL RELEASE)
  
  - The word boundary check supposedly added in 1.67 didn't really work
    properly, and still matched too much. For example, the pattern "%d-%m-%y"
    would match "2016-11-30" and turn it into November 16, 2030. This also had
    problems at the end of strings, so that the same pattern would improperly
    match "30-11-2016" as November 30, 2020. Reported by Erik Huelsmann. GitHub
    #11.
  
  - Added docs for several formats which had long been supported but not
    documented. These are %P, %c, %x, and %X. Reported by Alexander
    Hartmaier. GH #10.

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Sat Dec  3 02:15:19 UTC 2016 - chris@computersalat.de

- fix deps
  * perl(DateTime::Locale) >= 0.45 (not 0.450000)

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Mon May 23 11:41:25 UTC 2016 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.68
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.68     2016-05-08
  
  - Author tests are no longer in t/. This makes running tests for non-authors
    much faster. Requested by Kent Fredric. RT #114237.

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Mon Apr  4 09:33:20 UTC 2016 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.67
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.67     2016-03-31
  
  - Fixed a regression introduced in 1.60. Older versions of this library would
    match dates pretty match anywhere in a string, so "%Y-%m-%d" would match a
    string like "abcd1234-12-30efgh". This is probably _too_ permissive, but we
    definitely want to match on word boundaries so that we match
    "log.2016-03-31". Based on a PR from YASUTAKE Kiyoshi. GitHub #3.
  
  
  1.66     2016-03-27
  
  - Added a zone_map constructor argument. This lets you supply a mapping for
    ambiguous time zone abbreviations. Based on a patch from Douglas Wilson. RT
    #74762.

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Tue Mar 22 10:06:45 UTC 2016 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.65
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.65     2016-03-15
  
  - Updated zone short name parsing to handle names like "+07", which were
    introduced in the latest IANA time zone database release.

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Tue Mar  8 10:08:06 UTC 2016 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.64
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.64     2016-02-21
  
  - Changed how a string that contains separate epoch and nanosecond fields is
    turned into a DateTime object in order to deal with changes coming in the
    next DateTime release.

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Thu Jan 14 09:56:02 UTC 2016 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.63
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.63     2016-01-13
  
  [BUG FIXES]
  
  - The behaviour of silently ignoring text after the matching part was
    lost in the rewrite. This has been restored. Patch by Dagfinn Ilmari
    Mannsåker. RT #111155.

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Sat Dec 26 09:41:05 UTC 2015 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.62
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.62     2015-12-19
  
  [BUG FIXES]
  
  - When on_error was set to something that did not die (including the default
    error handling), calling ->parse_datetime with some bad inputs could cause
    the module to error out internally by trying to call methods on an undefined
    value instead of returning undef. Reported by Mike Dorman. RT #110247.

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Sun Nov 15 09:37:57 UTC 2015 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.61
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.61     2015-11-13
  
  [BUG FIXES]
  
  - If you loaded this module with warnings globally enabled ("perl -w", which
    you should never do), then you'd get a warning about the import subroutine
    being redefined. This broke the Package::DeprecationManager API for turning
    off deprecation warnings. This has been fixed in
    Package::DeprecationManager 0.15. Reported by Martin. RT #108871.

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Mon Nov  9 09:39:47 UTC 2015 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.60
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.60     2015-11-07
  
  - This release is identical to the prior trial release. The changes for the
    trial releases are reproduced below for convenience.
  
  [BACKWARDS INCOMPATIBILITIES]
  
  - The error messages for various types of failures have changed.
  
  - The never-documented diagnostic parameter for the constructor has been
    removed.
  
  - The never-documented feature to allow you to use arbitrary DateTime.pm
    methods in the parsing pattern has been removed. This never made much sense
    anyway, since most DateTime.pm methods are not constructor params, but they
    were used that way.
  
  - Using the pattern, locale, and time_zone to set the respective attribute is
    now deprecated. Make a new object instead of changing one of these values.
  
  [BUG FIXES]
  
  - Fixed a warning from the tests with newer Perl versions. RT #107620.
  
  - Clarified docs to note that %Y and %G require 4-digit years. Reported by
    Karen Etheridge. RT #103147.
  
  - Using the 24-hour token (%H) with an AM/PM specifier (%p) now leads to an
    error if you try to parse something like "23:01 AM". Reported by Ric
    Signes. RT #92445.
  
  
  1.59     2015-10-25 (TRIAL RELEASE)
  
  - The previous release accidentally included an old version of Strptime.pm in
    the root dir, causing all sorts of chaos and test failures.
  
  
  1.58     2015-10-18 (TRIAL RELEASE)
  
  - This release is a substantial rewrite. Please test it and file bugs for any
    unintentional breakage.
  
  * The error messages for various types of failures have changed.
  
  * The never-documented diagnostic parameter for the constructor has been
    removed.
  
  * The never-documented feature to allow you to use arbitrary DateTime.pm
    methods in the parsing pattern has been removed. This never made much sense
    anyway, since most DateTime.pm methods are not constructor params, but they
    were used that way.
  
  * Using the pattern, locale, and time_zone to set the respective attribute is
    now deprecated. Make a new object instead of changing one of these values.
  
  - Fixed a warning from the tests with newer Perl versions. RT #107620.
  
  - Clarified docs to note that %Y and %G require 4-digit years. Reported by
    Karen Etheridge. RT #103147.

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Mon Oct  5 08:32:24 UTC 2015 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.57
   see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Format-Strptime/Changes

  1.57     2015-10-04
  
  - Make all tests pass with both the current DateTime::Locale and the upcoming
    new version (currently still in trial releases).

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Thu Sep 18 17:20:22 UTC 2014 - Greg.Freemyer@gmail.com

- update to v1.56
  - Recent DateTime::TimeZone changes broke the tests.
  - Fixed Latin-1 content in test code. It's now UTF-8.
- change %doc to pull README.md instead of README.  README is no longer in tarball.

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Mon Jun 10 15:46:45 UTC 2013 - coolo@suse.com

- updated to 1.54
  - Require DateTime.pm 1.00 because without it tests will break.
  - A fix in DateTime.pm 1.00 broke a test in this distro. Reported by Anthony J
     Lucas. RT #84371.
  - Shut up "unescaped braces in regex" warning from 5.17.0. RT #77514. Patch by
    Zefram.
  - Packaging cleanup, including listing Test::More as a test prereq, not a
    runtime prereq. RT #76128.
- removed obsolete DateTime-Format-Strptime-1.5000-deps.patch

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Fri Nov 18 11:07:09 UTC 2011 - coolo@suse.com

- use original .tar.gz

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Wed Dec  1 13:31:47 UTC 2010 - coolo@novell.com

- switch to perl_requires macro

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Sun Oct 17 16:54:30 UTC 2010 - chris@computersalat.de

- update to 1.5000
  - This module did not recognize UTC as a valid time zone. RT #59209.
- added deps patch

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Fri Jul  2 15:00:46 UTC 2010 - chris@computersalat.de

- update to 1.4000
  - Actually update $VERSION in module file. Reported by David Wheeler.
- 1.3000 2010-06-26
  - Specifiers which allowed for leading space before a number (like %e)
    would cause DateTime.pm to throw an error if the date being parsed
    actually contained leading space. Patch by Alex Vandiver. RT #58459.
  - License is now Artistic 2.0
- 1.2000 2010-03-19
  - Updated to use non-deprecated DateTime::Locale API
- 1.1000 2009-07-13 -- Regex Pattern
  - If the pattern you pass in is a regular expression, that will be honored.
  - Changed the locale tests to use require the latest version of Locale
    until the target stops moving.
- spec created by cpanspec 1.78
  - noarch

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Sat Jul 25 19:36:40 CEST 2009 - chris@computersalat.de

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

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Mon Jun 22 13:38:05 CEST 2009 - chris@computersalat.de

- fixed Summary

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Sun Jun 21 17:29:33 CEST 2009 - chris@computersalat.de

- update to 1.0901
  - 1.0901 2009-05-16 -- Official release of above
  - 1.0900_01 2009-04-18 -- DEVELOPER RELEASE ONLY
	- Makefile.PL changes for Windows users as per issue #16
  - 1.0900 2009-02-22
	- Another pile-o-bugs
		- It seems that I also wasn't seeing notifications from RT
		  (please don't use it, use the Gooogle project) so all the
		  following are fixed:
			36672	Started failing mid May
			23313	Bug handling time zones like America/New_York
			25555	Module dies even when on_error is 'undef'
			23768	Olson timezone handling incorrect
			22450	locale test failing with bleadperl
			20487	nmake test_more fail (with patch); incorrect
					META.yml
			12071	format_datetime uses datetime locale rather than
					format locale
			11863	bug in DateTime::Format::Strptime 1.0601 when using %s
		- And a couple from Google:
		    #8		Add DateTime::Locale to documentation
		    #10		Parsing bug -- can't detect word boundry after month abbr
- added perl-macros
  o autogen filelist with perl_gen_filelist
- spec mods
  o fixed deps