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Revision 1.18 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Jan 9 15:49:17 2003 UTC (17 years ago) by mycroft
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: netbsd-1-6-1-base, netbsd-1-6-1
Changes since 1.17: +2 -2 lines
Diff to previous 1.17 (unified)

Update from 2.12 to 2.16.

   Release 2.16

   Fixed the encode_qp() line breaking code.  It sometimes
   made lines longer than 76 chars and it could even get into
   an infinite loop on certain inputs.

   Release 2.15

   Fixed the XS based decode_qp() for strings where a =XX
   sequence was followed by digits.

   Faster encode_qp() for long strings with lots of chars
   that need escaping.

   The old_decode_base64() function introduced in 2.13
   was returning undef for empty input on olders perls.
   This problem has been fixed.

   Release 2.14

   MIME::QuotedPrint functions now also implemented using XS
   which make them faster.  2-3 times faster when encoding line by
   line and as much as 200 times faster on long binary input.  There
   is probably some breakage on non-ASCII systems from this.

   The encode_qp() function now takes an $eol argument in the
   same way as encode_base64() does.

   Slight change in behaviour: the decode_qp() function now turns
   \r\n terminated lines into \n terminated lines.  This makes is
   more likely that encode_qp(decode_qp()) round-trip properly.

   Included {en,de}code-{base64,qp} utility scripts.

   Release 2.13

   Sync up with bleadperl:
       - Documentation update
       - EBCDIC support
       - Whitespace tweaks
       - Improved Unicode support
       - Test suite tweaks

   Improved version of the old_{en,de}code_base64 functions
   contributed by Paul Szabo <>.

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