Update to 2.20
- fixed bug reported by Stefano di Sandro <email@example.com>: in OOP mode
(extended access) the obj() method returned the whole config object if the
given key does not exist. Now it returns a new empty object.
- added patch by David Dick <firstname.lastname@example.org> which sets $/ if it is
- added patch by David Dick <email@example.com> which calls the
bindmode() function in case the modules is being used under win32 systems.
Read perldoc -f binmode for more informations on this issue.
- added feature suggested by Chase Phillips <firstname.lastname@example.org>: the new() method
has a new parameter -Tie which takes the name of a Tie class that each new
hash should be based off of. This makes it possible to create a config hash
with ordered contents across nested structures.
Over to maintainer