Date::Holidays 1.04 and 1.05 Released – introducing Belarus

I am happy to announce a new release of Date::Holidays. The release is 1.04 and is based on work by Vladimir Varlamov, namely an adapter for Date::Holidays::BY, a module for handling holidays in Belarus.

Thanks to Vladimir for his contributions.

Unfortunately I got carton’s local/ directory included in the distribution tar-ball, which Alexandr Ciornii (CHORNY) was quick to tell me so 1.05, got shipped shortly after.

Thanks to Alexandr for bug report.

Holiday season is coming up, so check out Date::Holidays

jonasbn

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Date::Holidays 1.04 and 1.05 Released – introducing Belarus

Task::Date::Holidays

I have just revived a lot of my CPAN distributions after they where stranded in migration. One these distributions is Date::Holidays a wrapper/adapter to modules in the Date::Holidays namespace and related. Since development started up again I have made several releases and I am on a quest to get all of the RTs/issues out of the way.

Some release history:

0.19 2014.08.27 bug fix release, update not required (see below)

– This release addressed reports on failing tests for perl 5.21
The use in this distribution of UNIVERSAL is now deprecated,
see: Github issue [#3] and [RT:98337]

0.18 2014.08.24 feature release, update not required

– Added adapter class for Date::Holidays::BR [RT:63437]

0.17 2014.08.22 maintenance release, update not required

– Migrated from Module::Build to Dist::Zilla

– Fixed issue in some test, which would break if Date::Holidays::DK
was not installed

0.16 2014.08.18 maintenance release, update not required

– Fixed POD error

– Aligned all version numbers

– Added t/kwalitee.t Test::Kwalitee test

– Added t/changes.t Test::CPAN::Changes test

What struck me when I was shifting back and forth between perl versions on my laptop and had to install some of the Date::Holidays modules over and over again, was:

  1. I have to refamiliarize me with my own code
  2. I have to get an overview of what new distributions have been added to the namespace and acquire my attention, I feel like I have been on a looooong holiday
  3. I seriously need to get some work done and get some releases out

Enter Task::Date::Holidays! – using this distribution it will be easy for me to get all of the interesting distributions installed when I have completed point 2, then I can focus on point 3 and point one will solve itself.

Task::Date::Holidays 0.01, contain the following list of distributions:

– Date::Holidays::AT
– Date::Holidays::NO
– Date::Holidays::DK
– Date::Holidays::DE
– Date::Holidays::GB
– Date::Holidays::PT
– Date::Holidays::ES
– Date::Holidays::PL
– Date::Holidays::CZ
– Date::Holidays::KR
– Date::Holidays::SK
– Date::Holidays::FR
– Date::Holidays::BR
– Date::Holidays::CA_ES
– Date::Holidays::USFederal
– Date::Holidays::CA
– Date::Holidays::CN
– Date::Holidays::NZ
– Date::Holidays::AU

Many of these are completely new to me, so this will be very interesting – so expect plenty of releases of Date::Holidays as I chew my way through the list…

jonasbn, Copenhagen

Task::Date::Holidays