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From:
Dan Kogai
Date:
April 24, 2003 11:09
Subject:
[Encode] 1.93 released
Message ID:
D607F844-767F-11D7-B2D3-000393AE4244@dan.co.jp
Porters,

   I have just released Encode 1.93.  5 more chances to VERSION++ before 
2.00.  jhi, how soon will we get 5.8.1 ?

WHOLE:
	http://www.dan.co.jp/~dankogai/Encode-1.93.tar.gz and CPAN (see CAVEAT)
DIFF against perl#19320 (887 lines)
	http://www.dan.co.jp/~dankogai/19320-Encode-1.93.diff.gz

CHANGES:
--------

$Revision: 1.93 $ $Date: 2003/04/24 17:43:16 $
! t/enc_eucjp.t
   added "no warnings 'pack'" in for loop to keep bleedperl from
   complaining "Character in 'C' format wrapped in pack".
! Makefile.PL
   More elegant perl core detection inspired by Ilya Zakharevich
   (but further elaborated for general cases).
! lib/Encode/Encoding.pm lib/Encode/PerlIO.pod
   POD fixes.
! t/euc-jp.ucm
   like cp9??, \x80-\x9F (control + 0x80) are zapped so they
   are less likely to be confused w/ ISO-8859-*
! t/CJKT.t
   RT tests added (vendor encodings are exemplified)
   -- that successfully found a flaw on iso-2022-kr before the patch.
! lib/Encode/CJKConstants.pm lib/Encode/KR/2022_KR.pm
   decode("ISO-2022-KR") has been buggy but no one ever sited
   that since no one seems to be using it.  Bugs discovered by
   SADAHIRO-san
   Message-Id: <20030416231757.A545.BQW10602@nifty.com>
! lib/Encode/CN/HZ.pm t/perlio.t
   HZ is now perlio_ok, thanks to SADAHIRO-san. perlio.t modified
   so it adds test for HZ.
   Message-Id: <20030416231757.A545.BQW10602@nifty.com>
! lib/Encode/Guess.pm
   Now guesses UTF-(16|32)(BE|LE) when the string contains \x00.
   So long as the string contains \x{00}-\x{ff} it does not fail.
   See perldoc for details.
   Message-Id: <D2F9BB3C-6DC8-11D7-8F19-000393AE4244@dan.co.jp>

CAVEAT

* The one uploaded to CPAN gets AUTHORS file mangled.  I seem to have 
accidentally hit the upload button.  Pumpkings, please use the one at 
my site or the patch instead.

Dan the Encode Maintainer


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