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From:
Dan Kogai
Date:
May 18, 2021 07:59
Subject:
[Encode] 3.10 released!
Message ID:
C2D6AF09-6E03-412A-A167-465AE99E2548@dan.co.jp
Porters,

Just VERSION++'ed Encode to 3.10.  Only POD sections were changed yet VERSION is ++'ed because the previous Encode.pm contained several non-ascii chars, causing test failure in Test::Mojibake.

https://github.com/creaktive/Test-Mojibake/issues/15

Encode.pm itself should consist only of ASCII characters but the previous release broke that.

I also failed to document that the POD was changed in the previous release so I also mended Changes.

=head1 Availability

* git clone git://github.com/dankogai/p5-encode.git
* https://www.dan.co.jp/~dankogai/cpan/Encode-3.10.tar.gz
* CPAN near you.

Travis is all green.

* https://travis-ci.org/dankogai/p5-encode

=head1 CPAN index

 User: DANKOGAI ()
 Distribution file: Encode-3.10.tar.gz
 Number of files: 224
 *.pm files: 26
 README: Encode-3.10/README
 META-File: Encode-3.10/META.json
 META-Parser: Parse::CPAN::Meta 1.4414
 META-driven index: no
 Timestamp of file: Tue May 18 07:51:48 2021 UTC
 Time of this run: Tue May 18 07:54:37 2021 UTC

=head1 Changes

$Revision: 3.10 $ $Date: 2021/05/18 07:42:45 $
! JP/JP.pm
  Fix POD Typo
  https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=136533
! Encode.pm
  Replace non-ASCII apostrophes w/ \x27, which were introduced in #155
  https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Bug/Display.html?id=136534
  https://github.com/creaktive/Test-Mojibake/issues/15

3.09 2021/05/14 10:44:18
! Encode.pm t/Encode.t
  Addressed: find_encoding returns Internal encoding
  `Unicode` is no longer a valid encoding name.
  https://github.com/dankogai/p5-encode/issues/157
! Encode.pm
  Merge pull request #155 from FGasper/utf8_docs_detail
    then retouch and re^2touch
  https://github.com/dankogai/p5-encode/pull/155

=head1 AUTHOR

Dan the Encode Maintainer




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