A lot of water flowed through many rivers and a lot of tests have been executed since 1.10. I'll show the highlights ...

My reason to join PerlMonks many eons ago was to get a grasp on what CSV problems were encountered by users of CSV parsers, and I am so happy with all the feedback I got both here and in the ChatterBox.

THANK YOU ALL!

The git repo now has a documentation section with preformatted HTML en MarkDown.

1.35 - 2018-03-21

1.34 - 2017-11-05

1.33 - 2017-10-19

1.32 - 2017-09-15

1.31 - 2017-06-13

1.30 - 2017-06-08

1.29 - 2017-04-25

1.28 - 2017-03-22

1.27 - 2017-03-02

1.26 - 2016-11-29

1.25 - 2016-08-28

1.24 - 2016-07-09

1.23 - 2016-03-25

1.22 - 2016-02-23

1.21 - 2016-01-06

1.20 - 2015-10-09

1.19 - 2015-06-17

1.18 - 2015-05-22

1.17 - 2015-04-24

1.16 - 2015-03-02

1.15 - 2015-02-11

1.14 - 2015-02-02

1.13 - 2015-01-03

1.12 - 2014-11-01

1.11 - 2014-08-16


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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