And again, a lot of water has flown through <your favorite river>, so some highlights that might affect the end-users...

Personally I see myself going to use the stacked encoding quite a bit in the future:

# Read GZipped CSV use PerlIO::gzip; my $aoa = csv (in => "test.csv.gz", encoding => ":gzip"); # Write GZipped CSV use PerlIO::gzip; csv ( in => \@csv, out => "test.csv.gz", encoding => ":via(gzip):encoding(utf-8)", );

1.40 - 2019-09-15

1.39 - 2019-03-15

1.38 - 2018-12-30

1.37 - 2018-09-27

1.36 - 2018-06-26

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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