I finally was able to strike the EBCDIC TODO-item. After Karl and I got perl-5.32.0 built on z/OS EBCDIC native with dynamic loading and threads, the next step was to get Text::CSV_XS passing all tests on it. We need a goal, and this one was a real challenge, but it now works, out of the box! (I updated the TODO list in the OP)
I just released 1.44, which was also tested with the new (not set in stone) defaults that the core development team envisions for perl-7, and everything passes \o/
Check out the updated tools: csv-check and csv2xlsx.
1.44 - 2020-07-22
- EBCDIC now fully functional
- Prevent false negative CPANTESTERS fail reports
- Fully tested on perl-5.32.0 and perl-5.33.0
- Fix partly decoded fields in header (found by Eric Brine)
1.43 - 2020-05-27
- Add --parser-opt=value to csv-check
- Add -L & -X to csv-check
- Fix undef value in attribute setters for strings (issue 24)
- Document quote (undef) is not supported
1.42 - 2020-05-19
- Update to Devel::PPPort-3.58
- Unicode fixes for csv2xls and csv2xlsx
- Add internal buffers to cache diagnostics
- Fix positional reporting in examples/csv-check
- Allow passing CSV parsing attributes to csv-check
- Proof reading - doc fixes by Klaus Baldermann <soonix> (PR#21)
- Fix type caching (RT#132344)
- Small doc fix by Nick Tonkin <1nickt> (PR#22)
- Fix sep=; being ignored in ->header (issue 23)
1.41 - 2020-02-16
- Update to Devel::PPPort-3.56
- csv2xls uses sheetname as csv2xlsx
- csv2xlsx: support images (each image gets its own tab)
- More docs. (Data validation)
- No binary literals in fixed error messages
- Fix auto_diag > 2 to die when headers are used (issue 19)
Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
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