2008-06-17 0.51 - H.Merijn Brand * Allow UTF8 even without binary => 1 * Fixed a few pod typo's * Lifted the max of 255 for bind_columns 2008-06-04 0.50 - H.Merijn Brand * Skip a few tests in automated testing, as they confuse reports. This is important for the automated sites that mark modules as fail if it is not an obvious full PASS * 0.46 caused the last still open RT bug to be closed! * Tested on 5.11.0, 5.10.0, 5.8.8, 5.6.2, and 5.005_04, Strawberry and Cygwin 2008-06-04 0.46 - H.Merijn Brand * In examples add die on failed close calls * Use Test::MinimumVersion (not distributed) * Added option -F to examples/csv2xls * More source code cleanup * Nailed the UTF8 issues for parsing * Nailed the UTF8 issues for combining 2008-04-23 0.45 - H.Merijn Brand * Forgot to pack examples/parser-xs.pl 2008-04-23 0.44 - H.Merijn Brand * Fixed the error position returned as third arg in error_diag + () * Made examples/csv-check use this even more vebose * Removed double-double quote from TODO * Added examples/parse-xs.pl (attempt to fix bad CSV)

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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