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Thanks to all the feedback from all the different corners of the perl community, I'm doing far more than I planned :)

Feel free to comment, request features, or give feedback on whatever part of this module you want. Meanwhile, 0.30 will leave for the wild wide world soon ...

2007-06-18 0.30 - H.Merijn Brand * ,\rx, is definitely an error without binary (used to HANG!) * Fixed bug in attribute caching for undefined eol * Cleaned up some code after -W*** warnings * Added chomp_verbatim. HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL! * More test to cover the really dark corners and edge cases * Even more typo fixes in the docs * Added error_diag () * Added t/80_diag.t * Added DIAGNOSTICS section to pod 2007-06-08 0.29 - H.Merijn Brand * Removed an unused 'use Data::Dumper' * Added $csv->eof () RT 27424 * Two typo's in the doc's (Amsterdam.pm) * Modified examples/speed.pl to better show the diffs between +versions * Cache attribute settings and regain speed of 0.23! and beyon +d Relative overall speeds (YMMV, use examples/speed.pl to chec +k), the 1.0x versions are from Text::CSV_PP. 0.23 0.25 0.26 0.27 0.28 0.29 1.00 1.02 1.05 ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== combine 1 62 61 61 60 58 100 14 14 14 combine 10 41 41 41 42 42 100 6 6 6 combine 100 35 35 36 36 36 100 5 5 5 parse 1 100 92 87 90 81 96 19 19 17 parse 10 95 100 86 97 94 94 15 16 14 parse 100 90 95 84 94 92 100 16 16 14 print io 93 89 91 91 95 100 0 0 6 getline io 90 92 84 87 89 100 0 0 13 ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- average 75 75 71 74 73 98 9 9 11 * Removed prototypes * Added a SPECIFICATION section to the pod * Safe caching of eol, and a warning in the docs * Rewrote t/20_file.t do do actual file IO instead of IO_Scala +r fake * Small optimization for parse (juerd) * Added make target test_speed * Merged the items from CAVEAT to SPECIFICATION * Updated the TODO and Release Plan sections * Speed up internals by using references instead of copies (ju +erd) * Reworked error_input, which also had an undetected internal +error * Added IO tests for lexical IO handles and perlio IO to/from +scalars

The release candidate is up for you to test.


Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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