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  Id: 1033 2008-06-16 21:28:24Z k

               User: HMBRAND (H.Merijn Brand)
  Distribution file: Text-CSV_XS-0.51.tgz
    Number of files: 34
         *.pm files: 1
             README: Text-CSV_XS-0.51/README
           META.yml: Text-CSV_XS-0.51/META.yml
  META-driven index: yes
  Timestamp of file: Tue Jun 17 15:32:05 2008 UTC
   Time of this run: Tue Jun 17 15:33:36 2008 UTC

        * Allow UTF8 even without binary => 1
        * Fixed a few pod typo's
        * Lifted the max of 255 for bind_columns

        * 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

        * 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

Highlights ...

       Unicode (UTF8)

       On parsing (both for "getline ()" and "parse ()"), if the source is
       marked being UTF8, then parsing that source will mark all fields  that
       are marked binary will also be marked UTF8.

       On combining ("print ()" and "combine ()"), if any of the combining
       fields was marked UTF8, the resulting string will be marked UTF8.

           If this attribute is TRUE, you may use binary characters in  quoted
           fields, including line feeds, carriage returns and NULL bytes.  (The
           latter must be escaped as ""0".) By default this feature is off.

           If a string is marked UTF8, binary will be turned on  automatically
           when binary characters other than CR or NL are encountered. Note
           that a simple string like "\x" might still be binary, but  not
           marked UTF8, so setting "{ binary =" 1 }> is still a wise  option.

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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