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Revision 1.11, Fri Jul 18 12:11:11 2008 UTC (11 years, 4 months ago) by rhaen
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2008Q3-base, pkgsrc-2008Q3, cube-native-xorg-base, cube-native-xorg
Changes since 1.10: +6 -3 lines

- updated to 4.61
- added dependency to p5-Email-Valid
- corrected version of dependency to p5-Date-Calc
- added dependency to p5-Perl6-Junction
- corrected PERL5_MODULE_TYPE to Module::Build

ChangeLog:

4.61 Mon Jun 16 14:37:31 EDT 2008

    [INTERNALS]
    - packaging issue from Perl 4.60 resolved.

4.60 Mon Jun 16 14:10:14 EDT 2008

    [NEW FEATURES]
    - Dependencies can now be specified using a code ref.
      Thanks to Bradley C Bailey, via RT#24935.

    [BUG FIXES]
    - length constraints for min, max and 'between' now work for lengths
       of 32k and longer. (Carl Vincent).
    - We now use Email::Valid to validate e-mail addresses instead of
      our own regrex. Email::Valid passed all our our existing regression
      tests for e-mail addresses that should pass and fail. Email::Valid
      also correctly recognizes emails with single quote characters in them.
      These are valid, but our regex didn't recognize them.  (Mark Stosberg)

    [INTERNALS]
    - Typo in Constraints documentation corrected by K B Shiv Kumar (RT#32358)
    - Add some tests and docs for "date_and_time" constraint, from
      Data::FormValidator:::Constraints::Dates.  It appears  there may still
      exist a leap-year bug with the date parser. See the TODO test in
      t/dates_closure.t for details. An alternative is to use
      Data::FormValidator::Constraints::DateTime
      (Mark Stosberg, Matt Christian)

4.57 Thu Nov  1 22:47:13 EDT 2007
    [BUG FIXES]
    - The min max and length_between constraints now allow multi-line input,
      Thanks to Carl Vincent. RT##30221. If we had only used the Regex style
      prescribed by the Perl Best Practices book in the first place, this
      wouldn't have been a problem!

    [INTERNALS]
    - Makefile.PL to updated to explicitly require 5.008;
    - Fix doc link to "Old School Constraints", thanks to rjbs.

4.56 Wed Oct 31 12:34:32 EDT 2007
    [INTERNALS]
    - declare that we rely on 5.8, because some 5.6 tests were failing.
      A patch for 5.6 compatibility would be welcome. Thanks to rjbs for the prod.

4.55 Sun Oct 21 11:41:41 EDT 2007
    [BUG FIXES]
    - Constraints in Upload.pm now apply to filtered data, not raw data.
     (Graham TerMarsch, Mark Stosberg, RT#24702)

4.54 Sun Oct 21 09:27:07 EDT 2007
    [INTERNALS]
    - It looks like 4.53 got uploaded wrong, appearing as the code for 4.50.

4.53 Sat Oct 20 15:57:56 EDT 2007
    [BUG FIXES]
    - Invalid fields should still be invalid, even when missing_optional_valid is true.
      Patch thanks to Robert Juliano. [RT#28860]

    [INTERNALS]
    - Improve documentation link, thanks to Robert Stockdale [RT#29510]
    - Give a plug to Data::FormValidator::Constraints::MethodsFactory. Recommended!
    - s/foreach /for /g throughout the code, per Perl Best Practices

4.52 Fri Oct 19 15:39:14 EDT 2007
    No code changes.

    [INTERNALS]
    - Fix PERL5LIB issue with untaint.t, Thanks to Matt Trout and others [RT#30126]

4.51 Fri Jul 13 23:31:43 EDT 2007
    [BUG FIXES]
    - Quit assuming that because the first element of an array is undef, the
      the whole thing is undef. (RT#24703, GTERMARS, Paul Blair)

    - For the "file_format" file upload constraint, File::MMagic sometimes
      wrongly returns the generic "application/octet-stream" MIME type instead
      of the correct MIME type. We now this return value as meaning "I don't
      know" and try the MIME type sent by the browser if this happens.
      (Mark Stosberg)

    - for the "file_format" file upload constraint, we now do a
      case-insensitive comparison of the MIME type provided by the browser,
      following the MIME standard. This bug was masked because we check the
      returned MIME type by File::MMagic first. Because it generally works
      and returns a lower-case result, it didn't matter. However, it some cases
      File::MMagic misbehaves under mod_perl, causing the the issue to matter.
      (Matt Christian, Mark Stosberg)

    [INTERNALS]
    - Start requiring and using Scalar::Util, which prevents UNIVERSAL::can() form generating warnings.
      (RT#25873, Dave O'Neill)

    - Start requiring Perl6::Junction, which we had previously copy/pasted a bit
      of into DFV. (Unlike some of the other Perl6 namespace modules, this one
      does /not/ use a source filter, and is addictively simple and useful.

4.50 Mon Dec  4 21:28:09 EST 2006

    [ENHANCEMENTS]
    - New method for constraint writing: get_filtered_data().
      (Graham TerMarsch, Mark Stosberg, RT#22589)

    - Stronger profile checking, to insure that all constraint_method values
      are code references. Note: This explicitly simplifies things compared to
      the 'constraints' system. Bare strings declarations are not allowed with
      'constraint_methods'. (Mark Stosberg)

    - Numerous documentation and comment typo fixes (Evan Zacks)

    - Clarified the docs for overriding msgs (RT#18050)

    [BUG FIXES]
    - ':all' was documented as a group of constraints to import, but it didn't
      work.  The documentation was updated to recommend ':closures' instead.
      (PURDY, RT#21052)

    - FV_eq_with now works with CGI.pm-style objects as input. (Jason Crummack)

    - Fix documented example of using constraint methods. (Brian Lozier)

    - When a constraint and a constraint_regexp_map matched the same field,
      only the ones from the map where being used in one case. This was a
      regression since the 4.0 release. A new regression test was also added
      for this case.  (Matt Christian)

4.49_01 Tue Oct  3 14:13:59 EDT 2006

    [ENHANCEMENTS]
    - New defaults_regexp_map profile key, useful for dynamically generated
      checkbox fields. (Mark Stosberg)

# $NetBSD: Makefile,v 1.11 2008/07/18 12:11:11 rhaen Exp $

DISTNAME=	Data-FormValidator-4.61
PKGNAME=	p5-${DISTNAME}
CATEGORIES=	perl5 textproc
MASTER_SITES=	${MASTER_SITE_PERL_CPAN:=Data/}

MAINTAINER=	pkgsrc-users@NetBSD.org
HOMEPAGE=	http://search.cpan.org/dist/Data-FormValidator/
COMMENT=	Validates user input based on input profile

PERL5_MODULE_TYPE=	Module::Build
PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT=	user-destdir

DEPENDS+=	p5-Date-Calc>=5.0:../../devel/p5-Date-Calc
DEPENDS+=	p5-File-MMagic>=1.17:../../misc/p5-File-MMagic
DEPENDS+=	p5-Image-Size-[0-9]*:../../graphics/p5-Image-Size
DEPENDS+=	p5-MIME-Types>=1.005:../../mail/p5-MIME-Types
DEPENDS+=	p5-Regexp-Common-[0-9]*:../../textproc/p5-Regexp-Common
DEPENDS+=	{p5-Test-Simple>=0.10,perl>=5.7.2}:../../devel/p5-Test-Simple
DEPENDS+=	p5-Email-Valid-[0-9]*:../../mail/p5-Email-Valid
DEPENDS+=	p5-Perl6-Junction-[0-9]*:../../devel/p5-Perl6-Junction

PERL5_PACKLIST=		auto/Data/FormValidator/.packlist

.include "../../lang/perl5/module.mk"
.include "../../mk/bsd.pkg.mk"