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2019-08-25: libmagickcore7.q16.6-shlibs-7.0.8.62-1 (ImageMagick core library (q16))
ImageMagick is a robust collection of tools and libraries to read, 
write, and manipulate an image in many image formats (over 68 major formats)
including popular formats like TIFF, JPEG, PNG, PDF, PhotoCD, and GIF.
With ImageMagick you can create images dynamically, making it 
suitable for Web applications. You can also resize, rotate, sharpen,
color reduce, or add special effects to an image and save your
completed work in the same or a different image format.

The "imagemagick" package installs the standard quantum-depth=16 suite.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    IM 7.0.8-62
    Hopefully this stays around long enough for mirrors to pick up
2019-08-24: pod-parser-pm-1.63-1 (Parse and select sections from POD)
%n used to contain Pod::Usage and Pod::Checker as well as
        the pod2usage and podchecker tools. These are now in the 
        pod-usage-pmxyz and pod-checker-pm packages.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream pod-parser-pm 1.63
2019-08-24: unicode-normalize-pm5182-1.26-1 (Unicode Normalization Forms)
Unicode Normalization Forms

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream unicode-normalize-pm 1.26
2019-08-24: perl-ostype-pm5184-1.010-1 (Map Perl OS names to generic types)
Map Perl OS names to generic types

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-ostype-pm 1.010
2019-08-24: uri-pm5182-1.76-1 (Perl module that implements the URI class)
This package contains the URI.pm module with friends.  The module
  implements the URI class.  Objects of this class represent Uniform
  Resource Identifier (URI) references as specified in RFC 2396.

  URI objects can be used to access and manipulate the various
  components that make up these strings.  There are also methods to
  combine URIs in various ways.

  The URI class replaces the URI::URL class that used to be distributed
  with libwww-perl.  This package contains an emulation of the old
  URI::URL interface.  The emulated URI::URL implements both the old and
  the new interface.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream uri-pm 1.76
2019-08-24: pod-checker-pm-1.73-1 (Check pod documents for syntax errors)
Check pod documents for syntax errors

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream pod-checker-pm 1.73
2019-08-24: mce-pm-1.844-1 (Many-Core Engine for Perl)
Many-Core Engine for Perl

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package mce-pm 1.844
2019-08-24: test-cleannamespaces-pm5184-0.24-1 (Check for uncleaned imports)
Check for uncleaned imports

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-cleannamespaces-pm 0.24
2019-08-24: test-warnings-pm5162-0.026-1 (Test for warnings and the lack of them)
This module is intended to be used as a drop-in replacement for
        Test::NoWarnings: it also adds an extra test, but runs this test
        before done_testing calculates the test count, rather than after. It
        does this by hooking into done_testing as well as via an END block.
        You can declare a plan, or not, and things will still Just Work.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-warnings-pm 0.026
2019-08-24: poe-pm5184-1.367-1 (Portable multitasking & networking framework)
POE is a framework for cooperative, event driven multitasking and
        networking in Perl. Other languages have similar frameworks. Python has
        Twisted. TCL has "the event loop".

        POE provides a unified interface for several other event loops,
        including select(), IO::Poll, Glib, Gtk, Tk, Wx, and Gtk2. Many of
        these event loop interfaces were written by others, with the help of
        POE::Test::Loops.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream poe-pm 1.367
2019-08-24: uri-pm5162-1.76-1 (Perl module that implements the URI class)
This package contains the URI.pm module with friends.  The module
  implements the URI class.  Objects of this class represent Uniform
  Resource Identifier (URI) references as specified in RFC 2396.

  URI objects can be used to access and manipulate the various
  components that make up these strings.  There are also methods to
  combine URIs in various ways.

  The URI class replaces the URI::URL class that used to be distributed
  with libwww-perl.  This package contains an emulation of the old
  URI::URL interface.  The emulated URI::URL implements both the old and
  the new interface.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream uri-pm 1.76
2019-08-24: poe-pm5182-1.367-1 (Portable multitasking & networking framework)
POE is a framework for cooperative, event driven multitasking and
        networking in Perl. Other languages have similar frameworks. Python has
        Twisted. TCL has "the event loop".

        POE provides a unified interface for several other event loops,
        including select(), IO::Poll, Glib, Gtk, Tk, Wx, and Gtk2. Many of
        these event loop interfaces were written by others, with the help of
        POE::Test::Loops.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream poe-pm 1.367
2019-08-24: version-requirements-pm5162-0.101023-1 (Set of version requirements for a CPAN dist)
Set of version requirements for a CPAN dist

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream version-requirements-pm 0.101023
2019-08-24: term-cap-pm-1.17-1 (Perl termcap interface)
Perl termcap interface

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream term-cap-pm 1.17
2019-08-24: perl-ostype-pm5182-1.010-1 (Map Perl OS names to generic types)
Map Perl OS names to generic types

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-ostype-pm 1.010
2019-08-24: version-requirements-pm5182-0.101023-1 (Set of version requirements for a CPAN dist)
Set of version requirements for a CPAN dist

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream version-requirements-pm 0.101023
2019-08-24: uri-pm5184-1.76-1 (Perl module that implements the URI class)
This package contains the URI.pm module with friends.  The module
  implements the URI class.  Objects of this class represent Uniform
  Resource Identifier (URI) references as specified in RFC 2396.

  URI objects can be used to access and manipulate the various
  components that make up these strings.  There are also methods to
  combine URIs in various ways.

  The URI class replaces the URI::URL class that used to be distributed
  with libwww-perl.  This package contains an emulation of the old
  URI::URL interface.  The emulated URI::URL implements both the old and
  the new interface.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream uri-pm 1.76
2019-08-24: poe-pm5162-1.367-1 (Portable multitasking & networking framework)
POE is a framework for cooperative, event driven multitasking and
        networking in Perl. Other languages have similar frameworks. Python has
        Twisted. TCL has "the event loop".

        POE provides a unified interface for several other event loops,
        including select(), IO::Poll, Glib, Gtk, Tk, Wx, and Gtk2. Many of
        these event loop interfaces were written by others, with the help of
        POE::Test::Loops.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream poe-pm 1.367
2019-08-24: test-perl-critic-pm5162-1.04-1 (Use Perl::Critic in test programs)
Use Perl::Critic in test programs

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-perl-critic-pm 1.04
2019-08-24: unicode-normalize-pm5162-1.26-1 (Unicode Normalization Forms)
Unicode Normalization Forms

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream unicode-normalize-pm 1.26
2019-08-24: perl-ostype-pm5162-1.010-1 (Map Perl OS names to generic types)
Map Perl OS names to generic types

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-ostype-pm 1.010
2019-08-24: test-simple-pm-1.302167-1 (Test::Simple for /usr/bin/perl)
Use BuildDepends:test-simple-pm (or TestDepends as needed)
        for packages that do not otherwise need to be perl-version
        varianted so that they do not need to be perl-version varianted
        on account of this build dependency.

        For packages that *are* perl-version varianted, use
        BuildDepends:test-simple-pmXXX for the appropriate perlXXX.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-simple-pm 1.302167
2019-08-24: role-tiny-pm5162-2.000008-1 (Like a nouvelle cuisine portion of Moose)
Like a nouvelle cuisine portion of Moose

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream role-tiny-pm 2.000008
2019-08-24: pod-spell-pm5162-1.20-1 (Formatter for spellchecking Pod)
Formatter for spellchecking Pod

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream pod-spell-pm 1.20
2019-08-24: role-tiny-pm5184-2.000008-1 (Like a nouvelle cuisine portion of Moose)
Like a nouvelle cuisine portion of Moose

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream role-tiny-pm 2.000008
2019-08-24: test-perl-critic-pm5182-1.04-1 (Use Perl::Critic in test programs)
Use Perl::Critic in test programs

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-perl-critic-pm 1.04
2019-08-24: test-simple-pm5184-1.302167-1 (Basic utilities for writing tests)
This is an extremely simple, extremely basic module for writing tests
  suitable for CPAN modules and other pursuits. It also includes the
  Test::More module which allows for more complex testing.
  
  Previous maintainer: Justin F. Hallett <mailto:thesin@users.sourceforge.net>
                       Koen van der Drift <mailto:driftkop@users.sourceforge.net>

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-simple-pm 1.302167
2019-08-24: test-perl-critic-pm5184-1.04-1 (Use Perl::Critic in test programs)
Use Perl::Critic in test programs

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-perl-critic-pm 1.04
2019-08-24: pod-spell-pm5184-1.20-1 (Formatter for spellchecking Pod)
Formatter for spellchecking Pod

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream pod-spell-pm 1.20
2019-08-24: strictures-pm-2.000006-1 (Turn on strict and make all warnings fatal)
Turn on strict and make all warnings fatal

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream strictures-pm 2.000006
2019-08-24: role-tiny-pm5182-2.000008-1 (Like a nouvelle cuisine portion of Moose)
Like a nouvelle cuisine portion of Moose

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream role-tiny-pm 2.000008
2019-08-24: pod-spell-pm5182-1.20-1 (Formatter for spellchecking Pod)
Formatter for spellchecking Pod

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream pod-spell-pm 1.20
2019-08-24: test-warnings-pm5184-0.026-1 (Test for warnings and the lack of them)
This module is intended to be used as a drop-in replacement for
        Test::NoWarnings: it also adds an extra test, but runs this test
        before done_testing calculates the test count, rather than after. It
        does this by hooking into done_testing as well as via an END block.
        You can declare a plan, or not, and things will still Just Work.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-warnings-pm 0.026
2019-08-24: test-warnings-pm5182-0.026-1 (Test for warnings and the lack of them)
This module is intended to be used as a drop-in replacement for
        Test::NoWarnings: it also adds an extra test, but runs this test
        before done_testing calculates the test count, rather than after. It
        does this by hooking into done_testing as well as via an END block.
        You can declare a plan, or not, and things will still Just Work.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-warnings-pm 0.026
2019-08-24: regexp-parser-pm-0.22-1 (Base class for parsing regexes)
Base class for parsing regexes

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream regexp-parser-pm 0.22
2019-08-24: test-cleannamespaces-pm5182-0.24-1 (Check for uncleaned imports)
Check for uncleaned imports

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-cleannamespaces-pm 0.24
2019-08-24: test-simple-pm5182-1.302167-1 (Basic utilities for writing tests)
This is an extremely simple, extremely basic module for writing tests
  suitable for CPAN modules and other pursuits. It also includes the
  Test::More module which allows for more complex testing.
  
  Previous maintainer: Justin F. Hallett <mailto:thesin@users.sourceforge.net>
                       Koen van der Drift <mailto:driftkop@users.sourceforge.net>

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-simple-pm 1.302167
2019-08-24: try-tiny-pm-0.30-1 (Minimal try/catch/finally)
This module provides bare bones try/catch/finally statements that are
        designed to minimize common mistakes with eval blocks, and NOTHING
        else.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream try-tiny-pm 0.30
2019-08-24: version-requirements-pm5184-0.101023-1 (Set of version requirements for a CPAN dist)
Set of version requirements for a CPAN dist

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream version-requirements-pm 0.101023
2019-08-24: unicode-normalize-pm5184-1.26-1 (Unicode Normalization Forms)
Unicode Normalization Forms

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream unicode-normalize-pm 1.26
2019-08-24: test-cleannamespaces-pm5162-0.24-1 (Check for uncleaned imports)
Check for uncleaned imports

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-cleannamespaces-pm 0.24
2019-08-24: test-simple-pm5162-1.302167-1 (Basic utilities for writing tests)
This is an extremely simple, extremely basic module for writing tests
  suitable for CPAN modules and other pursuits. It also includes the
  Test::More module which allows for more complex testing.
  
  Previous maintainer: Justin F. Hallett <mailto:thesin@users.sourceforge.net>
                       Koen van der Drift <mailto:driftkop@users.sourceforge.net>

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream test-simple-pm 1.302167
2019-08-24: perl-critic-bangs-pm5162-1.12-1 (Collection of handy Perl::Critic policies)
The rules included with the Perl::Critic::Bangs group include:
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitCommentedOutCode
        Commented-out code is usually noise. It should be removed.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitFlagComments
        Watch for comments like "XXX", "TODO", etc.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitNoPlan
        Tests should have a plan.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitNumberedNames
        Variables like $user and $user2 are insufficiently distinguished.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitRefProtoOrProto
        Determining the class in a constructor by using ref($proto) || $proto
        is usually a cut-n-paste that is incorrect.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitUselessRegexModifiers
        Adding modifiers to a regular expression made up entirely of a variable
        created with qr() is usually not doing what you expect.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitVagueNames
        Vague variables like $data or $info are not descriptive enough.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-critic-bangs-pm 1.12
2019-08-24: perl-critic-pm5162-1.134-1 (Critique Perl source code for best-practices)
Perl::Critic is an extensible framework for creating and applying coding
    standards to Perl source code. Essentially, it is a static source code
    analysis engine. Perl::Critic is distributed with a number of
    Perl::Critic::Policy modules that attempt to enforce various coding
    guidelines. Most Policy modules are based on Damian Conway's book Perl
    Best Practices. However, Perl::Critic is not limited to PBP and will
    even support Policies that contradict Conway. You can enable, disable,
    and customize those Polices through the Perl::Critic interface. You can
    also create new Policy modules that suit your own tastes.

    For a command-line interface to Perl::Critic, see the documentation for
    perlcritic. If you want to integrate Perl::Critic with your build
    process, Test::Perl::Critic provides an interface that is suitable for
    test scripts. Also, Test::Perl::Critic::Progressive is useful for
    gradually applying coding standards to legacy code. For the ultimate
    convenience (at the expense of some flexibility) see the criticism
    pragma.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-critic-pm 1.134
2019-08-24: ppi-xs-pm5184-0.910-1 ((Minor) XS acceleration for PPI)
(Minor) XS acceleration for PPI

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppi-xs-pm 0.910
2019-08-24: perl-critic-pm5182-1.134-1 (Critique Perl source code for best-practices)
Perl::Critic is an extensible framework for creating and applying coding
    standards to Perl source code. Essentially, it is a static source code
    analysis engine. Perl::Critic is distributed with a number of
    Perl::Critic::Policy modules that attempt to enforce various coding
    guidelines. Most Policy modules are based on Damian Conway's book Perl
    Best Practices. However, Perl::Critic is not limited to PBP and will
    even support Policies that contradict Conway. You can enable, disable,
    and customize those Polices through the Perl::Critic interface. You can
    also create new Policy modules that suit your own tastes.

    For a command-line interface to Perl::Critic, see the documentation for
    perlcritic. If you want to integrate Perl::Critic with your build
    process, Test::Perl::Critic provides an interface that is suitable for
    test scripts. Also, Test::Perl::Critic::Progressive is useful for
    gradually applying coding standards to legacy code. For the ultimate
    convenience (at the expense of some flexibility) see the criticism
    pragma.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-critic-pm 1.134
2019-08-24: ppix-quotelike-pm5162-0.008-1 (Parse Perl string literals)
Parse Perl string literals

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package ppix-quotelike-pm 0.008
2019-08-24: perl-critic-bangs-pm5182-1.12-1 (Collection of handy Perl::Critic policies)
The rules included with the Perl::Critic::Bangs group include:
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitCommentedOutCode
        Commented-out code is usually noise. It should be removed.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitFlagComments
        Watch for comments like "XXX", "TODO", etc.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitNoPlan
        Tests should have a plan.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitNumberedNames
        Variables like $user and $user2 are insufficiently distinguished.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitRefProtoOrProto
        Determining the class in a constructor by using ref($proto) || $proto
        is usually a cut-n-paste that is incorrect.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitUselessRegexModifiers
        Adding modifiers to a regular expression made up entirely of a variable
        created with qr() is usually not doing what you expect.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitVagueNames
        Vague variables like $data or $info are not descriptive enough.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-critic-bangs-pm 1.12
2019-08-24: ppix-quotelike-pm5182-0.008-1 (Parse Perl string literals)
Parse Perl string literals

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package ppix-quotelike-pm 0.008
2019-08-24: perl-critic-pm5184-1.134-1 (Critique Perl source code for best-practices)
Perl::Critic is an extensible framework for creating and applying coding
    standards to Perl source code. Essentially, it is a static source code
    analysis engine. Perl::Critic is distributed with a number of
    Perl::Critic::Policy modules that attempt to enforce various coding
    guidelines. Most Policy modules are based on Damian Conway's book Perl
    Best Practices. However, Perl::Critic is not limited to PBP and will
    even support Policies that contradict Conway. You can enable, disable,
    and customize those Polices through the Perl::Critic interface. You can
    also create new Policy modules that suit your own tastes.

    For a command-line interface to Perl::Critic, see the documentation for
    perlcritic. If you want to integrate Perl::Critic with your build
    process, Test::Perl::Critic provides an interface that is suitable for
    test scripts. Also, Test::Perl::Critic::Progressive is useful for
    gradually applying coding standards to legacy code. For the ultimate
    convenience (at the expense of some flexibility) see the criticism
    pragma.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-critic-pm 1.134
2019-08-24: ppix-quotelike-pm5184-0.008-1 (Parse Perl string literals)
Parse Perl string literals

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package ppix-quotelike-pm 0.008
2019-08-24: ppix-regexp-pm5162-0.066-1 (Represent a regular expression of some sort)
The purpose of the PPIx-Regexp package is to parse regular expressions
        in a manner similar to the way the PPI package parses Perl. This class
        forms the root of the parse tree, playing a role similar to
        PPI::Document.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppix-regexp-pm 0.066
2019-08-24: ppi-pm5182-1.270-1 (Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl)
Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppi-pm 1.270
2019-08-24: ppi-pm5162-1.270-1 (Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl)
Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppi-pm 1.270
2019-08-24: ppix-regexp-pm5182-0.066-1 (Represent a regular expression of some sort)
The purpose of the PPIx-Regexp package is to parse regular expressions
        in a manner similar to the way the PPI package parses Perl. This class
        forms the root of the parse tree, playing a role similar to
        PPI::Document.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppix-regexp-pm 0.066
2019-08-24: ppi-xs-pm5162-0.910-1 ((Minor) XS acceleration for PPI)
(Minor) XS acceleration for PPI

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppi-xs-pm 0.910
2019-08-24: perl-critic-bangs-pm5184-1.12-1 (Collection of handy Perl::Critic policies)
The rules included with the Perl::Critic::Bangs group include:
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitCommentedOutCode
        Commented-out code is usually noise. It should be removed.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitFlagComments
        Watch for comments like "XXX", "TODO", etc.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitNoPlan
        Tests should have a plan.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitNumberedNames
        Variables like $user and $user2 are insufficiently distinguished.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitRefProtoOrProto
        Determining the class in a constructor by using ref($proto) || $proto
        is usually a cut-n-paste that is incorrect.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitUselessRegexModifiers
        Adding modifiers to a regular expression made up entirely of a variable
        created with qr() is usually not doing what you expect.
        
        Perl::Critic::Policy::Bangs::ProhibitVagueNames
        Vague variables like $data or $info are not descriptive enough.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream perl-critic-bangs-pm 1.12
2019-08-24: ppi-pm5184-1.270-1 (Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl)
Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppi-pm 1.270
2019-08-24: ppi-xs-pm5182-0.910-1 ((Minor) XS acceleration for PPI)
(Minor) XS acceleration for PPI

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppi-xs-pm 0.910
2019-08-24: ppix-regexp-pm5184-0.066-1 (Represent a regular expression of some sort)
The purpose of the PPIx-Regexp package is to parse regular expressions
        in a manner similar to the way the PPI package parses Perl. This class
        forms the root of the parse tree, playing a role similar to
        PPI::Document.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ppix-regexp-pm 0.066
2019-08-23: sub-quote-pm5184-2.006003-1 (Efficient generation of subroutines)
Efficient generation of subroutines

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package sub-quote-pm 2.006003
2019-08-23: net-smtp-ssl-pm5162-1.04-1 (SSL support for Net::SMTP)
Implements the same API as Net::SMTP, but uses IO::Socket::SSL for its
        network operations. Due to the nature of Net::SMTP's new method, it is
        not overridden to make use of a default port for the SMTPS service.
        Perhaps future versions will be smart like that. Port 465 is usually
        what you want, and it's not a pain to specify that.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-smtp-ssl-pm 1.04
2019-08-23: path-finddev-pm5162-0.5.3-1 (Find development path in an upper hierarchy)
Find development path in an upper hierarchy

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream path-finddev-pm 0.5.3
2019-08-23: mac-systemdirectory-pm5182-0.10-1 (Locate Mac OS X Standard System Directories)
Locate Mac OS X Standard System Directories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mac-systemdirectory-pm 0.10
2019-08-23: sub-quote-pm5162-2.006003-1 (Efficient generation of subroutines)
Efficient generation of subroutines

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package sub-quote-pm 2.006003
2019-08-23: net-ldap-pm5184-0.66-1 (Net::LDAP)
Net::LDAP is a collection of modules that implements a
  LDAP services API for Perl programs. The module may be
  used to search directories or perform maintenance functions
  such as adding, deleting or modifying entries.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-ldap-pm 0.66
2019-08-23: package-stash-pm5184-0.38-1 (Routines for manipulating stashes)
Routines for manipulating stashes

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream package-stash-pm 0.38
2019-08-23: net-ldap-pm5162-0.66-1 (Net::LDAP)
Net::LDAP is a collection of modules that implements a
  LDAP services API for Perl programs. The module may be
  used to search directories or perform maintenance functions
  such as adding, deleting or modifying entries.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-ldap-pm 0.66
2019-08-23: module-runtime-pm5184-0.016-1 (Runtime module handling)
Runtime module handling

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-runtime-pm 0.016
2019-08-23: moosex-types-pm5184-0.50-1 (Organise your Moose types in libraries)
Organise your Moose types in libraries

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moosex-types-pm 0.50
2019-08-23: moo-pm5184-2.003004-1 (Minimalist Object Orientation)
This module is an extremely light-weight subset of Moose optimised
        for rapid startup and "pay only for what you use".

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moo-pm 2.003004
2019-08-23: path-isdev-pm5184-1.001003-1 (Does Path resemble a development source tree)
Does Path resemble a development source tree

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream path-isdev-pm 1.001003
2019-08-23: mac-systemdirectory-pm5184-0.10-1 (Locate Mac OS X Standard System Directories)
Locate Mac OS X Standard System Directories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mac-systemdirectory-pm 0.10
2019-08-23: sub-quote-pm5182-2.006003-1 (Efficient generation of subroutines)
Efficient generation of subroutines

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package sub-quote-pm 2.006003
2019-08-23: moosex-types-datetime-pm5162-0.13-1 (DateTime constraints and coercions for Moose)
DateTime constraints and coercions for Moose

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moosex-types-datetime-pm 0.13
2019-08-23: package-stash-xs-pm5182-0.29-1 (Faster implementation of Package::Stash)
Faster implementation of Package::Stash

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream package-stash-xs-pm 0.29
2019-08-23: path-isdev-pm5162-1.001003-1 (Does Path resemble a development source tree)
Does Path resemble a development source tree

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream path-isdev-pm 1.001003
2019-08-23: module-checkversion-pm5162-0.08-1 (Check module version with CPAN)
Check module version with CPAN

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-checkversion-pm 0.08
2019-08-23: package-stash-xs-pm5184-0.29-1 (Faster implementation of Package::Stash)
Faster implementation of Package::Stash

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream package-stash-xs-pm 0.29
2019-08-23: nmap-parser-pm5184-1.37-1 (Parse nmap scan data with perl)
This module implements a interface to the information contained in an
nmap scan. It is implemented by parsing the xml scan data that is
generated by nmap. This will enable anyone who utilizes nmap to quickly
create fast and robust security scripts that utilize the powerful port
scanning abilities of nmap.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream nmap-parser-pm 1.37
2019-08-23: mac-propertylist-sax-pm5162-0.86-1 (Work with Mac plists at a low level, fast)
Work with Mac plists at a low level, fast

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mac-propertylist-sax-pm 0.86
2019-08-23: moosex-types-pm5162-0.50-1 (Organise your Moose types in libraries)
Organise your Moose types in libraries

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moosex-types-pm 0.50
2019-08-23: net-idn-nameprep-pm-1.102-1 (Stringprep Profile for Intl. Domain Names)
Stringprep Profile for Intl. Domain Names

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-idn-nameprep-pm 1.102
2019-08-23: moosex-types-datetime-pm5182-0.13-1 (DateTime constraints and coercions for Moose)
DateTime constraints and coercions for Moose

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moosex-types-datetime-pm 0.13
2019-08-23: module-metadata-pm5162-1.000036-1 (Gather package info from perl module files)
Gather package info from perl module files

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-metadata-pm 1.000036
2019-08-23: path-isdev-pm5182-1.001003-1 (Does Path resemble a development source tree)
Does Path resemble a development source tree

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream path-isdev-pm 1.001003
2019-08-23: nmap-parser-pm5162-1.37-1 (Parse nmap scan data with perl)
This module implements a interface to the information contained in an
nmap scan. It is implemented by parsing the xml scan data that is
generated by nmap. This will enable anyone who utilizes nmap to quickly
create fast and robust security scripts that utilize the powerful port
scanning abilities of nmap.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream nmap-parser-pm 1.37
2019-08-23: file-pushd-pm-1.016-1 (Change dir temporarily for a limited scope)
Change dir temporarily for a limited scope

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream file-pushd-pm 1.016
2019-08-23: moo-pm5182-2.003004-1 (Minimalist Object Orientation)
This module is an extremely light-weight subset of Moose optimised
        for rapid startup and "pay only for what you use".

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moo-pm 2.003004
2019-08-23: net-idn-encode-pm5184-2.500-1 (Internationalizing Domain Names in Apps)
Internationalizing Domain Names in Apps

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-idn-encode-pm 2.500
2019-08-23: mediawiki-api-pm5162-0.41-1 (Perl interface to the MediaWiki API)
Perl interface to the MediaWiki API

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mediawiki-api-pm 0.41
2019-08-23: sub-exporter-formethods-pm5162-0.100052-1 (Helper routines for using Sub::Exporter)
Helper routines for using Sub::Exporter

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package sub-exporter-formethods-pm 0.100052
2019-08-23: package-stash-pm5182-0.38-1 (Routines for manipulating stashes)
Routines for manipulating stashes

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream package-stash-pm 0.38
2019-08-23: module-checkversion-pm5184-0.08-1 (Check module version with CPAN)
Check module version with CPAN

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-checkversion-pm 0.08
2019-08-23: net-smtp-ssl-pm5184-1.04-1 (SSL support for Net::SMTP)
Implements the same API as Net::SMTP, but uses IO::Socket::SSL for its
        network operations. Due to the nature of Net::SMTP's new method, it is
        not overridden to make use of a default port for the SMTPS service.
        Perhaps future versions will be smart like that. Port 465 is usually
        what you want, and it's not a pain to specify that.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-smtp-ssl-pm 1.04
2019-08-23: sub-exporter-formethods-pm5182-0.100052-1 (Helper routines for using Sub::Exporter)
Helper routines for using Sub::Exporter

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package sub-exporter-formethods-pm 0.100052
2019-08-23: path-finddev-pm5184-0.5.3-1 (Find development path in an upper hierarchy)
Find development path in an upper hierarchy

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream path-finddev-pm 0.5.3
2019-08-23: class-load-xs-pm5162-0.10-1 (XS implementation of parts of Class::Load)
XS implementation of parts of Class::Load

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    Add missing test-needs-pm TestDepends
2019-08-23: module-checkversion-pm5182-0.08-1 (Check module version with CPAN)
Check module version with CPAN

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-checkversion-pm 0.08
2019-08-23: moo-pm5162-2.003004-1 (Minimalist Object Orientation)
This module is an extremely light-weight subset of Moose optimised
        for rapid startup and "pay only for what you use".

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moo-pm 2.003004
2019-08-23: net-ldap-pm5182-0.66-1 (Net::LDAP)
Net::LDAP is a collection of modules that implements a
  LDAP services API for Perl programs. The module may be
  used to search directories or perform maintenance functions
  such as adding, deleting or modifying entries.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-ldap-pm 0.66
2019-08-23: mac-propertylist-sax-pm5182-0.86-1 (Work with Mac plists at a low level, fast)
Work with Mac plists at a low level, fast

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mac-propertylist-sax-pm 0.86
2019-08-23: nmap-parser-pm5182-1.37-1 (Parse nmap scan data with perl)
This module implements a interface to the information contained in an
nmap scan. It is implemented by parsing the xml scan data that is
generated by nmap. This will enable anyone who utilizes nmap to quickly
create fast and robust security scripts that utilize the powerful port
scanning abilities of nmap.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream nmap-parser-pm 1.37
2019-08-23: moosex-types-pm5182-0.50-1 (Organise your Moose types in libraries)
Organise your Moose types in libraries

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moosex-types-pm 0.50
2019-08-23: class-load-xs-pm5182-0.10-1 (XS implementation of parts of Class::Load)
XS implementation of parts of Class::Load

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    Add missing test-needs-pm TestDepends
2019-08-23: moose-pm5162-2.2011-1 (Postmodern object system for Perl 5)
Postmodern object system for Perl 5

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moose-pm 2.2011
2019-08-23: net-idn-encode-pm5182-2.500-1 (Internationalizing Domain Names in Apps)
Internationalizing Domain Names in Apps

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-idn-encode-pm 2.500
2019-08-23: moosex-types-datetime-pm5184-0.13-1 (DateTime constraints and coercions for Moose)
DateTime constraints and coercions for Moose

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moosex-types-datetime-pm 0.13
2019-08-23: sub-exporter-formethods-pm5184-0.100052-1 (Helper routines for using Sub::Exporter)
Helper routines for using Sub::Exporter

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New package sub-exporter-formethods-pm 0.100052
2019-08-23: package-stash-pm5162-0.38-1 (Routines for manipulating stashes)
Routines for manipulating stashes

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream package-stash-pm 0.38
2019-08-23: net-ssh2-pm5182-0.70-1 (Support for the SSH 2 protocol via libssh2)
Support for the SSH 2 protocol via libssh2

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-ssh2-pm 0.70
2019-08-23: module-runtime-pm5162-0.016-1 (Runtime module handling)
Runtime module handling

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-runtime-pm 0.016
2019-08-23: guile22-2.2.6-1 (Embedable Scheme interpreter)
Embedable Scheme interpreter

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    guile22 2.2.6
2019-08-23: mediawiki-api-pm5182-0.41-1 (Perl interface to the MediaWiki API)
Perl interface to the MediaWiki API

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mediawiki-api-pm 0.41
2019-08-23: mac-propertylist-sax-pm5184-0.86-1 (Work with Mac plists at a low level, fast)
Work with Mac plists at a low level, fast

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mac-propertylist-sax-pm 0.86
2019-08-23: moose-pm5182-2.2011-1 (Postmodern object system for Perl 5)
Postmodern object system for Perl 5

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moose-pm 2.2011
2019-08-23: mediawiki-api-pm5184-0.41-1 (Perl interface to the MediaWiki API)
Perl interface to the MediaWiki API

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mediawiki-api-pm 0.41
2019-08-23: net-smtp-ssl-pm5182-1.04-1 (SSL support for Net::SMTP)
Implements the same API as Net::SMTP, but uses IO::Socket::SSL for its
        network operations. Due to the nature of Net::SMTP's new method, it is
        not overridden to make use of a default port for the SMTPS service.
        Perhaps future versions will be smart like that. Port 465 is usually
        what you want, and it's not a pain to specify that.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-smtp-ssl-pm 1.04
2019-08-23: path-finddev-pm5182-0.5.3-1 (Find development path in an upper hierarchy)
Find development path in an upper hierarchy

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream path-finddev-pm 0.5.3
2019-08-23: package-stash-xs-pm5162-0.29-1 (Faster implementation of Package::Stash)
Faster implementation of Package::Stash

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream package-stash-xs-pm 0.29
2019-08-23: net-idn-encode-pm5162-2.500-1 (Internationalizing Domain Names in Apps)
Internationalizing Domain Names in Apps

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-idn-encode-pm 2.500
2019-08-23: module-metadata-pm5182-1.000036-1 (Gather package info from perl module files)
Gather package info from perl module files

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-metadata-pm 1.000036
2019-08-23: net-ssh2-pm5162-0.70-1 (Support for the SSH 2 protocol via libssh2)
Support for the SSH 2 protocol via libssh2

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-ssh2-pm 0.70
2019-08-23: mac-systemdirectory-pm5162-0.10-1 (Locate Mac OS X Standard System Directories)
Locate Mac OS X Standard System Directories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mac-systemdirectory-pm 0.10
2019-08-23: moose-pm5184-2.2011-1 (Postmodern object system for Perl 5)
Postmodern object system for Perl 5

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream moose-pm 2.2011
2019-08-23: class-load-xs-pm5184-0.10-1 (XS implementation of parts of Class::Load)
XS implementation of parts of Class::Load

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    Add missing test-needs-pm TestDepends
2019-08-23: module-runtime-pm5182-0.016-1 (Runtime module handling)
Runtime module handling

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-runtime-pm 0.016
2019-08-23: module-metadata-pm5184-1.000036-1 (Gather package info from perl module files)
Gather package info from perl module files

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream module-metadata-pm 1.000036
2019-08-23: net-ssh2-pm5184-0.70-1 (Support for the SSH 2 protocol via libssh2)
Support for the SSH 2 protocol via libssh2

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-ssh2-pm 0.70
2019-08-23: cran-proj4-r32-1.0-9-100 (PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R)
PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R

commit log from nieder (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):
Merge: d6c700c7ec e62da8e9fb

    Merge branch 'master' into cran-proj4
2019-08-23: cran-proj4-r33-1.0-9-100 (PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R)
PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R

commit log from nieder (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):
Merge: d6c700c7ec e62da8e9fb

    Merge branch 'master' into cran-proj4
2019-08-23: cran-proj4-r31-1.0-9-100 (PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R)
PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R

commit log from nieder (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):
Merge: d6c700c7ec e62da8e9fb

    Merge branch 'master' into cran-proj4
2019-08-23: cran-proj4-r35-1.0-9-100 (PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R)
PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R

commit log from nieder (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):
Merge: d6c700c7ec e62da8e9fb

    Merge branch 'master' into cran-proj4
2019-08-23: cran-proj4-r34-1.0-9-100 (PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R)
PROJ.4 cartographic projections library for R

commit log from nieder (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):
Merge: d6c700c7ec e62da8e9fb

    Merge branch 'master' into cran-proj4
2019-08-22: html-tree-pm5184-5.07-1 (Handling information from HTML syntax trees)
This distribution contains a suite of modules for representing,
  creating, and extracting information from HTML syntax trees; there is
  also relevent documentation.  These modules used to be part of the
  libwww-perl distribution, but are now unbundled in order to facilitate
  a separate development track.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-tree-pm 5.07
2019-08-22: ev-pm5162-4.27-1 (Perl interface to libev)
Perl interface to libev

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ev-pm 4.27
2019-08-22: http-dav-pm5184-0.49-1 (WebDAV client library for Perl5)
WebDAV client library for Perl5

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-dav-pm 0.49
2019-08-22: lwp-mediatypes-pm5182-6.04-1 (Guess media type for a file or a URL)
Guess media type for a file or a URL

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream lwp-mediatypes-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: libwww-pm5162-6.39-1 (Perl modules, programming interface to WWW)
The libwww-perl collection is a set of Perl modules which provides a
  simple and consistent application programming interface to the
  World-Wide Web.  The main focus of the library is to provide classes
  and functions that allow you to write WWW clients. The library also
  contain modules that are of more general use and even classes that
  help you implement simple HTTP servers.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream libwww-pm 6.39
2019-08-22: devel-globaldestruction-pm5184-0.14-1 (Expose flag which marks global destruction)
Expose flag which marks global destruction

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream devel-globaldestruction-pm 0.14
2019-08-22: async-interrupt-pm5184-1.25-1 (Allow C/XS libs to interrupt perl async)
This module implements a single feature only of interest to advanced
        perl modules, namely asynchronous interruptions (think "UNIX signals",
        which are very similar).
        
        Sometimes, modules wish to run code asynchronously (in another thread,
        or from a signal handler), and then signal the perl interpreter on
        certain events. One common way is to write some data to a pipe and use
        an event handling toolkit to watch for I/O events. Another way is to
        send a signal. Those methods are slow, and in the case of a pipe, also
        not asynchronous - it won't interrupt a running perl interpreter.
        
        This module implements asynchronous notifications that enable you to
        signal running perl code from another thread, asynchronously, and
        sometimes even without using a single syscall.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream async-interrupt-pm 1.25
2019-08-22: http-dav-pm5162-0.49-1 (WebDAV client library for Perl5)
WebDAV client library for Perl5

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-dav-pm 0.49
2019-08-22: html-tree-pm5162-5.07-1 (Handling information from HTML syntax trees)
This distribution contains a suite of modules for representing,
  creating, and extracting information from HTML syntax trees; there is
  also relevent documentation.  These modules used to be part of the
  libwww-perl distribution, but are now unbundled in order to facilitate
  a separate development track.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-tree-pm 5.07
2019-08-22: http-daemon-pm5182-6.05-1 (Simple http server class)
Simple http server class

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-daemon-pm 6.05
2019-08-22: json-xs-pm5184-4.02-1 (JSON done correctly and fast)
This module converts Perl data structures to JSON and vice versa. Its
        primary goal is to be *correct* and its secondary goal is to be *fast*.
        To reach the latter goal it was written in C.
        
        Beginning with version 2.0 of the JSON module, when both JSON and
        JSON::XS are installed, then JSON will fall back on JSON::XS (this can
        be overridden) with no overhead due to emulation (by inheriting
        constructor and methods). If JSON::XS is not available, it will fall
        back to the compatible JSON::PP module as backend, so using JSON instead
        of JSON::XS gives you a portable JSON API that can be fast when you need
        and doesn't require a C compiler when that is a problem.
        
        As this is the n-th-something JSON module on CPAN, what was the reason
        to write yet another JSON module? While it seems there are many JSON
        modules, none of them correctly handle all corner cases, and in most
        cases their maintainers are unresponsive, gone missing, or not listening
        to bug reports for other reasons.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New usptream json-xs-pm5184 4.02
2019-08-22: file-homedir-pm5162-1.004-1 (Find your home and other directories)
Find your home and other directories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream file-homedir-pm 1.004
2019-08-22: berkeleydb-pm5182-0.63-1 (Perl interface to Berkeley DB library)
This module provides a Perl interface to the Berkeley DB library.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream berkeleydb-pm 0.63
2019-08-22: json-pm5182-4.02-1 (JSON encoder/decoder)
This module converts Perl data structures to JSON and vice versa using
        either JSON::XS or JSON::PP.
        
        JSON::XS is the fastest and most proper JSON module on CPAN which must
        be compiled and installed in your environment. JSON::PP is a pure-Perl
        module which is bundled in this distribution and has a strong
        compatibility to JSON::XS.
        
        This module try to use JSON::XS by default and fail to it, use JSON::PP
        instead. So its features completely depend on JSON::XS or JSON::PP.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream json-pm 4.02
2019-08-22: encode-locale-pm5184-1.05-1 (Determine the locale encoding)
Determine the locale encoding

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream encode-locale-pm 1.05
2019-08-22: version-pm5184-0.99.24-1 (Version objects as in Perl core >= v5.9.0)
Version objects as in Perl core >= v5.9.0

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream version-pm 0.9924
2019-08-22: async-interrupt-pm5182-1.25-1 (Allow C/XS libs to interrupt perl async)
This module implements a single feature only of interest to advanced
        perl modules, namely asynchronous interruptions (think "UNIX signals",
        which are very similar).
        
        Sometimes, modules wish to run code asynchronously (in another thread,
        or from a signal handler), and then signal the perl interpreter on
        certain events. One common way is to write some data to a pipe and use
        an event handling toolkit to watch for I/O events. Another way is to
        send a signal. Those methods are slow, and in the case of a pipe, also
        not asynchronous - it won't interrupt a running perl interpreter.
        
        This module implements asynchronous notifications that enable you to
        signal running perl code from another thread, asynchronously, and
        sometimes even without using a single syscall.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream async-interrupt-pm 1.25
2019-08-22: constant-pm-1.33-1 (Perl pragma to declare constants)
Perl pragma to declare constants

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream constant-pm 1.33
2019-08-22: libwww-pm5182-6.39-1 (Perl modules, programming interface to WWW)
The libwww-perl collection is a set of Perl modules which provides a
  simple and consistent application programming interface to the
  World-Wide Web.  The main focus of the library is to provide classes
  and functions that allow you to write WWW clients. The library also
  contain modules that are of more general use and even classes that
  help you implement simple HTTP servers.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream libwww-pm 6.39
2019-08-22: class-tiny-pm5162-1.006-1 (Minimalist class construction)
Minimalist class construction

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream class-tiny-pm 1.006
2019-08-22: html-tree-pm5182-5.07-1 (Handling information from HTML syntax trees)
This distribution contains a suite of modules for representing,
  creating, and extracting information from HTML syntax trees; there is
  also relevent documentation.  These modules used to be part of the
  libwww-perl distribution, but are now unbundled in order to facilitate
  a separate development track.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-tree-pm 5.07
2019-08-22: net-http-pm5184-6.19-1 (Low-level HTTP connection (client))
Low-level HTTP connection (client)

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-http-pm 6.19
2019-08-22: file-sharedir-projectdistdir-pm5182-1.000009-1 (Simple use of /share dir in projects root)
Simple use of /share dir in projects root

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream file-sharedir-projectdistdir-pm 1.000009
2019-08-22: http-daemon-pm5162-6.05-1 (Simple http server class)
Simple http server class

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-daemon-pm 6.05
2019-08-22: encode-pm5184-3.01-1 (Perl module for character encodings)
The "Encode" module provides the interfaces between Perl's
 strings and the rest of the system.  Perl strings are
 sequences of characters.

 See "perldoc Encode" for the rest of the story

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream encode-pm 3.01
2019-08-22: io-compress-lzma-pm5162-2.074-1 (Read/write lzma/xz files/buffers)
Read/write lzma/xz files/buffers

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream io-compress-lzma-pm 2.074
    
    Current version is 2.087 but our io-compress-pm is only 2.074
2019-08-22: class-tiny-pm5184-1.006-1 (Minimalist class construction)
Minimalist class construction

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream class-tiny-pm 1.006
2019-08-22: net-http-pm5162-6.19-1 (Low-level HTTP connection (client))
Low-level HTTP connection (client)

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-http-pm 6.19
2019-08-22: http-message-pm5162-6.18-1 (HTTP style message)
HTTP style message

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-message-pm 6.18
2019-08-22: dbm-deep-pm5182-2.0016-1 (Pure perl multi-level hash/array DBM)
A unique flat-file database module, written in pure perl. True
        multi-level hash/array support (unlike MLDBM, which is faked), hybrid
        OO / tie() interface, cross-platform FTPable files, ACID transactions,
        and is quite fast. Can handle millions of keys and unlimited levels
        without significant slow-down. Written from the ground-up in pure perl
        -- this is NOT a wrapper around a C-based DBM. Out-of-the-box
        compatibility with Unix, Mac OS X and Windows.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream dbm-deep-pm 2.0016
2019-08-22: file-sharedir-projectdistdir-pm5184-1.000009-1 (Simple use of /share dir in projects root)
Simple use of /share dir in projects root

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream file-sharedir-projectdistdir-pm 1.000009
2019-08-22: extutils-cchecker-pm5162-0.10-1 (Utilities for headers, libs, or OS features)
Utilities for headers, libs, or OS features

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-cchecker-pm 0.10
2019-08-22: http-tiny-pm5184-0.076-1 (Small, simple, correct HTTP/1.1 client)
This is a very simple HTTP/1.1 client, designed for doing simple GET
    requests without the overhead of a large framework like LWP::UserAgent.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-tiny-pm 0.076
2019-08-22: eval-closure-pm5182-0.14-1 (Safely create closures via string eval)
Safely create closures via string eval

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream eval-closure-pm 0.14
2019-08-22: libnet-pm5182-3.11-1 (Perl modules, simple programming interface)
libnet is a collection of Perl modules which provides a simple
  and consistent programming interface (API) to the client side
  of various protocols used in the internet community.

  For details of each protocol please refer to the RFC. RFC's
  can be found a various places on the WEB, for a staring
  point look at:

      http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Standards/RFCs/

  The RFC implemented in this distribution are

  Net::FTP        RFC959          File Transfer Protocol
  Net::SMTP       RFC821          Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  Net::Time       RFC867          Daytime Protocol
  Net::Time       RFC868          Time Protocol
  Net::NNTP       RFC977          Network News Transfer Protocol
  Net::POP3       RFC1939         Post Office Protocol 3
  Net::SNPP       RFC1861         Simple Network Pager Protocol

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream libnet-pm 3.11
2019-08-22: http-daemon-pm5184-6.05-1 (Simple http server class)
Simple http server class

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-daemon-pm 6.05
2019-08-22: ev-pm5184-4.27-1 (Perl interface to libev)
Perl interface to libev

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ev-pm 4.27
2019-08-22: compress-raw-lzma-pm5184-2.087-1 (Low-Level Interface to lzma compression lib)
Compress::Raw::Lzma provides an interface to the in-memory
        compression/uncompression functions from the lzma compression library.

        Although the primary purpose for the existence of Compress::Raw::Lzma
        is for use by the IO::Compress::Lzma, IO::Uncompress::UnLzma,
        IO::Compress::Xz and IO::Uncompress::UnXz modules, it can be used on
        its own for simple compression/uncompression tasks.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream compress-raw-lzma-pm 2.087
2019-08-22: dbm-deep-pm5162-2.0016-1 (Pure perl multi-level hash/array DBM)
A unique flat-file database module, written in pure perl. True
        multi-level hash/array support (unlike MLDBM, which is faked), hybrid
        OO / tie() interface, cross-platform FTPable files, ACID transactions,
        and is quite fast. Can handle millions of keys and unlimited levels
        without significant slow-down. Written from the ground-up in pure perl
        -- this is NOT a wrapper around a C-based DBM. Out-of-the-box
        compatibility with Unix, Mac OS X and Windows.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream dbm-deep-pm 2.0016
2019-08-22: net-http-pm5182-6.19-1 (Low-level HTTP connection (client))
Low-level HTTP connection (client)

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream net-http-pm 6.19
2019-08-22: http-cookies-pm5182-6.04-1 (HTTP cookie jars)
HTTP cookie jars

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-cookies-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: html-tidy-pm5182-1.60-1 ((X)HTML validation in a Perl object)
HTML::Tidy is an HTML checker in a handy dandy object.  It's meant as
        a replacement for HTML::Lint.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-tidy-pm 1.60
2019-08-22: class-tiny-pm5182-1.006-1 (Minimalist class construction)
Minimalist class construction

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream class-tiny-pm 1.006
2019-08-22: dbm-deep-pm5184-2.0016-1 (Pure perl multi-level hash/array DBM)
A unique flat-file database module, written in pure perl. True
        multi-level hash/array support (unlike MLDBM, which is faked), hybrid
        OO / tie() interface, cross-platform FTPable files, ACID transactions,
        and is quite fast. Can handle millions of keys and unlimited levels
        without significant slow-down. Written from the ground-up in pure perl
        -- this is NOT a wrapper around a C-based DBM. Out-of-the-box
        compatibility with Unix, Mac OS X and Windows.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream dbm-deep-pm 2.0016
2019-08-22: http-message-pm5184-6.18-1 (HTTP style message)
HTTP style message

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-message-pm 6.18
2019-08-22: http-tiny-pm5162-0.076-1 (Small, simple, correct HTTP/1.1 client)
This is a very simple HTTP/1.1 client, designed for doing simple GET
    requests without the overhead of a large framework like LWP::UserAgent.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-tiny-pm 0.076
2019-08-22: encode-locale-pm5182-1.05-1 (Determine the locale encoding)
Determine the locale encoding

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream encode-locale-pm 1.05
2019-08-22: http-dav-pm5182-0.49-1 (WebDAV client library for Perl5)
WebDAV client library for Perl5

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-dav-pm 0.49
2019-08-22: version-pm5162-0.99.24-1 (Version objects as in Perl core >= v5.9.0)
Version objects as in Perl core >= v5.9.0

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream version-pm 0.9924
2019-08-22: json-pm5184-4.02-1 (JSON encoder/decoder)
This module converts Perl data structures to JSON and vice versa using
        either JSON::XS or JSON::PP.
        
        JSON::XS is the fastest and most proper JSON module on CPAN which must
        be compiled and installed in your environment. JSON::PP is a pure-Perl
        module which is bundled in this distribution and has a strong
        compatibility to JSON::XS.
        
        This module try to use JSON::XS by default and fail to it, use JSON::PP
        instead. So its features completely depend on JSON::XS or JSON::PP.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream json-pm 4.02
2019-08-22: lwp-protocol-https-pm5184-6.07-1 (Provide https support for LWP::UserAgent)
Provide https support for LWP::UserAgent

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream lwp-protocol-https-pm 6.07
2019-08-22: compress-raw-lzma-pm5182-2.087-1 (Low-Level Interface to lzma compression lib)
Compress::Raw::Lzma provides an interface to the in-memory
        compression/uncompression functions from the lzma compression library.

        Although the primary purpose for the existence of Compress::Raw::Lzma
        is for use by the IO::Compress::Lzma, IO::Uncompress::UnLzma,
        IO::Compress::Xz and IO::Uncompress::UnXz modules, it can be used on
        its own for simple compression/uncompression tasks.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream compress-raw-lzma-pm 2.087
2019-08-22: compress-raw-lzma-pm5162-2.087-1 (Low-Level Interface to lzma compression lib)
Compress::Raw::Lzma provides an interface to the in-memory
        compression/uncompression functions from the lzma compression library.

        Although the primary purpose for the existence of Compress::Raw::Lzma
        is for use by the IO::Compress::Lzma, IO::Uncompress::UnLzma,
        IO::Compress::Xz and IO::Uncompress::UnXz modules, it can be used on
        its own for simple compression/uncompression tasks.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream compress-raw-lzma-pm 2.087
2019-08-22: json-xs-pm5162-4.02-1 (JSON done correctly and fast)
This module converts Perl data structures to JSON and vice versa. Its
        primary goal is to be *correct* and its secondary goal is to be *fast*.
        To reach the latter goal it was written in C.
        
        Beginning with version 2.0 of the JSON module, when both JSON and
        JSON::XS are installed, then JSON will fall back on JSON::XS (this can
        be overridden) with no overhead due to emulation (by inheriting
        constructor and methods). If JSON::XS is not available, it will fall
        back to the compatible JSON::PP module as backend, so using JSON instead
        of JSON::XS gives you a portable JSON API that can be fast when you need
        and doesn't require a C compiler when that is a problem.
        
        As this is the n-th-something JSON module on CPAN, what was the reason
        to write yet another JSON module? While it seems there are many JSON
        modules, none of them correctly handle all corner cases, and in most
        cases their maintainers are unresponsive, gone missing, or not listening
        to bug reports for other reasons.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New usptream json-xs-pm5184 4.02
2019-08-22: coro-pm5162-6.55-1 (Real threads in perl)
Real threads in perl

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream coro-pm 6.55
2019-08-22: html-tidy-pm5184-1.60-1 ((X)HTML validation in a Perl object)
HTML::Tidy is an HTML checker in a handy dandy object.  It's meant as
        a replacement for HTML::Lint.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-tidy-pm 1.60
2019-08-22: lwp-mediatypes-pm5162-6.04-1 (Guess media type for a file or a URL)
Guess media type for a file or a URL

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream lwp-mediatypes-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: email-address-pm-1.912-1 (RFC 2822 Address Parsing and Creation)
This class implements a complete RFC 2822 parser that locates email
    addresses in strings and returns a list of "Email::Address" objects
    found. Alternatley you may construct objects manually. The goal of this
    software is to be correct, and very very fast.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream email-address-pm 1.912
2019-08-22: file-homedir-pm5184-1.004-1 (Find your home and other directories)
Find your home and other directories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream file-homedir-pm 1.004
2019-08-22: db-file-pm5182-1.852-1 (Perl interface to Berkeley DB 1.x library)
This module provides a Perl interface to the Berkeley DB library.
  Only supports features from the 1.x version of Berkeley DB.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream db-file-pm 1.852
2019-08-22: berkeleydb-pm5184-0.63-1 (Perl interface to Berkeley DB library)
This module provides a Perl interface to the Berkeley DB library.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream berkeleydb-pm 0.63
2019-08-22: lwp-protocol-https-pm5162-6.07-1 (Provide https support for LWP::UserAgent)
Provide https support for LWP::UserAgent

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream lwp-protocol-https-pm 6.07
2019-08-22: devel-globaldestruction-pm5182-0.14-1 (Expose flag which marks global destruction)
Expose flag which marks global destruction

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream devel-globaldestruction-pm 0.14
2019-08-22: http-tiny-pm5182-0.076-1 (Small, simple, correct HTTP/1.1 client)
This is a very simple HTTP/1.1 client, designed for doing simple GET
    requests without the overhead of a large framework like LWP::UserAgent.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-tiny-pm 0.076
2019-08-22: extutils-cchecker-pm5182-0.10-1 (Utilities for headers, libs, or OS features)
Utilities for headers, libs, or OS features

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-cchecker-pm 0.10
2019-08-22: libnet-pm5162-3.11-1 (Perl modules, simple programming interface)
libnet is a collection of Perl modules which provides a simple
  and consistent programming interface (API) to the client side
  of various protocols used in the internet community.

  For details of each protocol please refer to the RFC. RFC's
  can be found a various places on the WEB, for a staring
  point look at:

      http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Standards/RFCs/

  The RFC implemented in this distribution are

  Net::FTP        RFC959          File Transfer Protocol
  Net::SMTP       RFC821          Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  Net::Time       RFC867          Daytime Protocol
  Net::Time       RFC868          Time Protocol
  Net::NNTP       RFC977          Network News Transfer Protocol
  Net::POP3       RFC1939         Post Office Protocol 3
  Net::SNPP       RFC1861         Simple Network Pager Protocol

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream libnet-pm 3.11
2019-08-22: berkeleydb-pm5162-0.63-1 (Perl interface to Berkeley DB library)
This module provides a Perl interface to the Berkeley DB library.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream berkeleydb-pm 0.63
2019-08-22: html-tidy-pm5162-1.60-1 ((X)HTML validation in a Perl object)
HTML::Tidy is an HTML checker in a handy dandy object.  It's meant as
        a replacement for HTML::Lint.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-tidy-pm 1.60
2019-08-22: libnet-pm5184-3.11-1 (Perl modules, simple programming interface)
libnet is a collection of Perl modules which provides a simple
  and consistent programming interface (API) to the client side
  of various protocols used in the internet community.

  For details of each protocol please refer to the RFC. RFC's
  can be found a various places on the WEB, for a staring
  point look at:

      http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Standards/RFCs/

  The RFC implemented in this distribution are

  Net::FTP        RFC959          File Transfer Protocol
  Net::SMTP       RFC821          Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  Net::Time       RFC867          Daytime Protocol
  Net::Time       RFC868          Time Protocol
  Net::NNTP       RFC977          Network News Transfer Protocol
  Net::POP3       RFC1939         Post Office Protocol 3
  Net::SNPP       RFC1861         Simple Network Pager Protocol

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream libnet-pm 3.11
2019-08-22: class-load-pm5182-0.25-1 (Working (require "Class::Name") and more)
Working (require "Class::Name") and more

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream class-load-pm 0.25
2019-08-22: coro-pm5182-6.55-1 (Real threads in perl)
Real threads in perl

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream coro-pm 6.55
2019-08-22: extutils-installpaths-pm-0.012-1 (Build.PL install path logic made easy)
Build.PL install path logic made easy

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-installpaths-pm 0.012
2019-08-22: exporter-pm-5.73-1 (Implements default import method for modules)
Implements default import method for modules

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream exporter-pm 5.73
2019-08-22: encode-locale-pm5162-1.05-1 (Determine the locale encoding)
Determine the locale encoding

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream encode-locale-pm 1.05
2019-08-22: html-parser-pm5182-3.72-1 (Perl modules that parse and extract info)
This is a collection of modules that parse and extract information
  from HTML documents.  Bug reports and issues for discussion about
  these modules can be sent to the <mailto:libwww@perl.org> mailing list.
  Remember to also look at the HTML-Tree package that build on
  HTML::Parser to create and extract information from HTML syntax trees.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-parser-pm5184 3.72
2019-08-22: json-pp-pm-4.04-1 (JSON::XS compatible pure-Perl module)
JSON::XS compatible pure-Perl module

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream json-pp-pm 4.04
2019-08-22: html-form-pm5182-6.04-1 (Class that represents an HTML form element)
Class that represents an HTML form element

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-form-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: ev-pm5182-4.27-1 (Perl interface to libev)
Perl interface to libev

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ev-pm 4.27
2019-08-22: http-cookies-pm5162-6.04-1 (HTTP cookie jars)
HTTP cookie jars

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-cookies-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: eval-closure-pm5162-0.14-1 (Safely create closures via string eval)
Safely create closures via string eval

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream eval-closure-pm 0.14
2019-08-22: extutils-parsexs-pm-3.35-1 (Converts Perl XS code into C code)
"ExtUtils::ParseXS" will compile XS code into C code by embedding the
constructs necessary to let C functions manipulate Perl values and creates
the glue necessary to let Perl access those functions. The compiler uses
typemaps to determine how to map C function parameters and variables to Perl
values.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-parsexs-pm 3.35
2019-08-22: html-parser-pm5162-3.72-1 (Perl modules that parse and extract info)
This is a collection of modules that parse and extract information
  from HTML documents.  Bug reports and issues for discussion about
  these modules can be sent to the <mailto:libwww@perl.org> mailing list.
  Remember to also look at the HTML-Tree package that build on
  HTML::Parser to create and extract information from HTML syntax trees.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-parser-pm5184 3.72
2019-08-22: html-form-pm5184-6.04-1 (Class that represents an HTML form element)
Class that represents an HTML form element

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-form-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: css-tiny-pm-1.20-1 (Read/Write .css files with little code)
Read/Write .css files with little code

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream css-tiny-pm 1.20
2019-08-22: db-file-pm5162-1.852-1 (Perl interface to Berkeley DB 1.x library)
This module provides a Perl interface to the Berkeley DB library.
  Only supports features from the 1.x version of Berkeley DB.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream db-file-pm 1.852
2019-08-22: json-xs-pm5182-4.02-1 (JSON done correctly and fast)
This module converts Perl data structures to JSON and vice versa. Its
        primary goal is to be *correct* and its secondary goal is to be *fast*.
        To reach the latter goal it was written in C.
        
        Beginning with version 2.0 of the JSON module, when both JSON and
        JSON::XS are installed, then JSON will fall back on JSON::XS (this can
        be overridden) with no overhead due to emulation (by inheriting
        constructor and methods). If JSON::XS is not available, it will fall
        back to the compatible JSON::PP module as backend, so using JSON instead
        of JSON::XS gives you a portable JSON API that can be fast when you need
        and doesn't require a C compiler when that is a problem.
        
        As this is the n-th-something JSON module on CPAN, what was the reason
        to write yet another JSON module? While it seems there are many JSON
        modules, none of them correctly handle all corner cases, and in most
        cases their maintainers are unresponsive, gone missing, or not listening
        to bug reports for other reasons.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New usptream json-xs-pm5184 4.02
2019-08-22: devel-checkbin-pm-0.04-1 (Check that a command is available)
Check that a command is available

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream devel-checkbin-pm 0.04
2019-08-22: html-form-pm5162-6.04-1 (Class that represents an HTML form element)
Class that represents an HTML form element

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-form-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: extutils-cchecker-pm5184-0.10-1 (Utilities for headers, libs, or OS features)
Utilities for headers, libs, or OS features

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-cchecker-pm 0.10
2019-08-22: version-pm5182-0.99.24-1 (Version objects as in Perl core >= v5.9.0)
Version objects as in Perl core >= v5.9.0

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream version-pm 0.9924
2019-08-22: async-interrupt-pm5162-1.25-1 (Allow C/XS libs to interrupt perl async)
This module implements a single feature only of interest to advanced
        perl modules, namely asynchronous interruptions (think "UNIX signals",
        which are very similar).
        
        Sometimes, modules wish to run code asynchronously (in another thread,
        or from a signal handler), and then signal the perl interpreter on
        certain events. One common way is to write some data to a pipe and use
        an event handling toolkit to watch for I/O events. Another way is to
        send a signal. Those methods are slow, and in the case of a pipe, also
        not asynchronous - it won't interrupt a running perl interpreter.
        
        This module implements asynchronous notifications that enable you to
        signal running perl code from another thread, asynchronously, and
        sometimes even without using a single syscall.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream async-interrupt-pm 1.25
2019-08-22: encode-pm5162-3.01-1 (Perl module for character encodings)
The "Encode" module provides the interfaces between Perl's
 strings and the rest of the system.  Perl strings are
 sequences of characters.

 See "perldoc Encode" for the rest of the story

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream encode-pm 3.01
2019-08-22: html-parser-pm5184-3.72-1 (Perl modules that parse and extract info)
This is a collection of modules that parse and extract information
  from HTML documents.  Bug reports and issues for discussion about
  these modules can be sent to the <mailto:libwww@perl.org> mailing list.
  Remember to also look at the HTML-Tree package that build on
  HTML::Parser to create and extract information from HTML syntax trees.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream html-parser-pm5184 3.72
2019-08-22: extutils-helpers-pm-0.026-1 (Portability utilities for module builders)
Portability utilities for module builders

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-helpers-pm 0.026
2019-08-22: data-uuid-pm5182-1.224-1 (Perl extension to generate Unique Identifiers)
This module provides a framework for generating UUIDs (Universally Unique
Identifiers, also known as GUIDs (Globally Unique Identifiers). A UUID is 128
bits long, and is guaranteed to be different from all other UUIDs/GUIDs
generated until 3400 CE.

UUIDs were originally used in the Network Computing System (NCS) and later in
the Open Software Foundation's (OSF) Distributed Computing Environment.
Currently many different technologies rely on UUIDs to provide unique identity
for various software components. Microsoft COM/DCOM for instance, uses GUIDs
very extensively to uniquely identify classes, applications and components
across network-connected systems.

The algorithm for UUID generation, used by this extension, is described in the
Internet Draft "UUIDs and GUIDs" by Paul J. Leach and Rich Salz
(http://www.globecom.net/ietf/draft/draft-leach-uuids-guids-01.html). It
provides reasonably efficient and reliable framework for generating UUIDs and
supports fairly high allocation rates -- 10 million per second per machine --
and therefore is suitable for identifying both extremely short-lived and very
persistent objects on a given system as well as across the network.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream data-uuid-pm 1.224
2019-08-22: file-homedir-pm5182-1.004-1 (Find your home and other directories)
Find your home and other directories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream file-homedir-pm 1.004
2019-08-22: extutils-depends-pm-0.8000-1 (Allow XS extensions to depend on other XS)
This module tries to make it easy to build Perl extensions that use functions
  and typemaps provided by other perl extensions. This means that a perl
  extension is treated like a shared library that provides also a C and an XS
  interface besides the perl one.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-depends-pm 0.8000
2019-08-22: db-file-pm5184-1.852-1 (Perl interface to Berkeley DB 1.x library)
This module provides a Perl interface to the Berkeley DB library.
  Only supports features from the 1.x version of Berkeley DB.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream db-file-pm 1.852
2019-08-22: lwp-mediatypes-pm5184-6.04-1 (Guess media type for a file or a URL)
Guess media type for a file or a URL

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream lwp-mediatypes-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: io-compress-lzma-pm5184-2.074-1 (Read/write lzma/xz files/buffers)
Read/write lzma/xz files/buffers

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream io-compress-lzma-pm 2.074
    
    Current version is 2.087 but our io-compress-pm is only 2.074
2019-08-22: io-compress-lzma-pm5182-2.074-1 (Read/write lzma/xz files/buffers)
Read/write lzma/xz files/buffers

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream io-compress-lzma-pm 2.074
    
    Current version is 2.087 but our io-compress-pm is only 2.074
2019-08-22: devel-globaldestruction-pm5162-0.14-1 (Expose flag which marks global destruction)
Expose flag which marks global destruction

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream devel-globaldestruction-pm 0.14
2019-08-22: class-load-pm5184-0.25-1 (Working (require "Class::Name") and more)
Working (require "Class::Name") and more

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream class-load-pm 0.25
2019-08-22: data-uuid-pm5162-1.224-1 (Perl extension to generate Unique Identifiers)
This module provides a framework for generating UUIDs (Universally Unique
Identifiers, also known as GUIDs (Globally Unique Identifiers). A UUID is 128
bits long, and is guaranteed to be different from all other UUIDs/GUIDs
generated until 3400 CE.

UUIDs were originally used in the Network Computing System (NCS) and later in
the Open Software Foundation's (OSF) Distributed Computing Environment.
Currently many different technologies rely on UUIDs to provide unique identity
for various software components. Microsoft COM/DCOM for instance, uses GUIDs
very extensively to uniquely identify classes, applications and components
across network-connected systems.

The algorithm for UUID generation, used by this extension, is described in the
Internet Draft "UUIDs and GUIDs" by Paul J. Leach and Rich Salz
(http://www.globecom.net/ietf/draft/draft-leach-uuids-guids-01.html). It
provides reasonably efficient and reliable framework for generating UUIDs and
supports fairly high allocation rates -- 10 million per second per machine --
and therefore is suitable for identifying both extremely short-lived and very
persistent objects on a given system as well as across the network.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream data-uuid-pm 1.224
2019-08-22: class-load-pm5162-0.25-1 (Working (require "Class::Name") and more)
Working (require "Class::Name") and more

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream class-load-pm 0.25
2019-08-22: lwp-protocol-https-pm5182-6.07-1 (Provide https support for LWP::UserAgent)
Provide https support for LWP::UserAgent

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream lwp-protocol-https-pm 6.07
2019-08-22: enum-pm-1.110-1 (C style enumerated types and bitmask flags)
C style enumerated types and bitmask flags

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream enum-pm 1.110
2019-08-22: encode-pm5182-3.01-1 (Perl module for character encodings)
The "Encode" module provides the interfaces between Perl's
 strings and the rest of the system.  Perl strings are
 sequences of characters.

 See "perldoc Encode" for the rest of the story

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream encode-pm 3.01
2019-08-22: libwww-pm5184-6.39-1 (Perl modules, programming interface to WWW)
The libwww-perl collection is a set of Perl modules which provides a
  simple and consistent application programming interface to the
  World-Wide Web.  The main focus of the library is to provide classes
  and functions that allow you to write WWW clients. The library also
  contain modules that are of more general use and even classes that
  help you implement simple HTTP servers.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream libwww-pm 6.39
2019-08-22: http-cookies-pm5184-6.04-1 (HTTP cookie jars)
HTTP cookie jars

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-cookies-pm 6.04
2019-08-22: coro-pm5184-6.55-1 (Real threads in perl)
Real threads in perl

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream coro-pm 6.55
2019-08-22: eval-closure-pm5184-0.14-1 (Safely create closures via string eval)
Safely create closures via string eval

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream eval-closure-pm 0.14
2019-08-22: extutils-manifest-pm-1.72-1 (Utilities to write and check a MANIFEST file)
ExtUtils::Manifest provides a number of utilities to write and check a
MANIFEST file. At present the list includes mkmanifest, manicheck,
filecheck, fullcheck, skipcheck, manifind, maniread, manicopy, and
maniadd.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream extutils-manifest-pm 1.72
2019-08-22: http-message-pm5182-6.18-1 (HTTP style message)
HTTP style message

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream http-message-pm 6.18
2019-08-22: canary-stability-pm-2013-1 (Canary to check perl compatibility)
Canary to check perl compatibility

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream canary-stability-pm 2013
2019-08-22: data-uuid-pm5184-1.224-1 (Perl extension to generate Unique Identifiers)
This module provides a framework for generating UUIDs (Universally Unique
Identifiers, also known as GUIDs (Globally Unique Identifiers). A UUID is 128
bits long, and is guaranteed to be different from all other UUIDs/GUIDs
generated until 3400 CE.

UUIDs were originally used in the Network Computing System (NCS) and later in
the Open Software Foundation's (OSF) Distributed Computing Environment.
Currently many different technologies rely on UUIDs to provide unique identity
for various software components. Microsoft COM/DCOM for instance, uses GUIDs
very extensively to uniquely identify classes, applications and components
across network-connected systems.

The algorithm for UUID generation, used by this extension, is described in the
Internet Draft "UUIDs and GUIDs" by Paul J. Leach and Rich Salz
(http://www.globecom.net/ietf/draft/draft-leach-uuids-guids-01.html). It
provides reasonably efficient and reliable framework for generating UUIDs and
supports fairly high allocation rates -- 10 million per second per machine --
and therefore is suitable for identifying both extremely short-lived and very
persistent objects on a given system as well as across the network.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream data-uuid-pm 1.224
2019-08-22: file-sharedir-projectdistdir-pm5162-1.000009-1 (Simple use of /share dir in projects root)
Simple use of /share dir in projects root

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream file-sharedir-projectdistdir-pm 1.000009
2019-08-22: json-pm5162-4.02-1 (JSON encoder/decoder)
This module converts Perl data structures to JSON and vice versa using
        either JSON::XS or JSON::PP.
        
        JSON::XS is the fastest and most proper JSON module on CPAN which must
        be compiled and installed in your environment. JSON::PP is a pure-Perl
        module which is bundled in this distribution and has a strong
        compatibility to JSON::XS.
        
        This module try to use JSON::XS by default and fail to it, use JSON::PP
        instead. So its features completely depend on JSON::XS or JSON::PP.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream json-pm 4.02
2019-08-20: git-svn-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Tool to let git use subversion repositories)
Tool to let git use subversion repositories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-send-email-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Tool to send email from git)
Tool to send email from git

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Distributed version control system)
Git is an open source, distributed version control system designed to
handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and
efficiency.

Every Git clone is a full-fledged repository with complete history and
full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or
a central server. Branching and merging are fast and easy to do.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-archimport-2.23.0-1 (Tool to import an arch repository into git)
Tool to import an arch repository into git

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-remote-mediawiki-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Git remote helper to access MediaWiki sites)
Git remote helper to access MediaWiki sites

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-cvsimport-2.23.0-1 (Tool to import a CVS repository into git)
Tool to import a CVS repository into git

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: hg-fastimport-py27-20180204-3 (Fastimport extension for mercurial)
The "fast import" format originates with Git, where it is used as the
        generic backend for converting other SCM repositories to git. It's
        generic enough that it can be used to feed a Mercurial repository as
        well, and that's what this extension does: read a "fast import" stream
        and turn it into changesets in a Mercurial repository. The potential of
        this extension is that any foreign SCM that can be converted to Git can
        also be converted to Mercurial, regardless of the capabilities of
        Mercurial's own ConvertExtension. The catch is that the conversion is a
        little cumbersome: first convert to a fast-import dump, then feed that
        dump to Mercurial.
        
        Add 'hgfastimport=' to the [extensions] section of ~/.hgrc to enable.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    Patch to fix test-fastimport-cvs2git-fixup
2019-08-20: hg-fast-export-20190820-1 (Hg to git converter using git-fast-import)
hg-fast-export.sh is a script to import a mercurial repo into
        a git repo using the git-fast-import mechanism.
        
        Everything is licensed under the MIT license except for
        hg-reset.py which is GPL2 since it uses code from mercurial.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream hg-fast-export 20190820