This is likely the release that took me longest to test, but it now passes under 80 versions of perl ranging from 5.6.1 to 5.21.1 on OS's I had (indirect) access to: HP-UX 10.20, 11.00, 11.11, 11.23pa, 11.23ipf, 11.31, AIX-5.3, Win7, MacOSX, NetBSD, cygwin and of course Linux 32bit and 64bit.

Version 1.10 supports multi-byte separation characters, which means that you now can use Unicode characters like \N{INVISIBLE SEPARATOR}, \N{FULLWIDTH COMMA} or even \N{SNOWMAN}.

This release opens development for also supporting multi-byte quotation. More on that later.

1.10 - 2014-08-02

1.09 - 2014-06-09

I want to thank all of those that provided feedback to my questions. Enjoy!


Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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

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