[Dancer-users] Danceer 1.1807 uploaded to CPAN

P Kishor punk.kish at gmail.com
Mon Aug 23 20:15:43 CEST 2010

On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 12:59 PM, Alexis Sukrieh <sukria at sukria.net> wrote:
> Hey perl dancers!
> I'm very glad to announce that a new stable release has just been uploaded
> to CPAN.

Congratulations, and many thanks to you and other developers working
on Dancer. Although I have had major heartburns getting going with
Dancer, the overall experience is positive enough that I am now
targeting all my development based on Dancer. That is a testament to a
great environment that your software provides.

I look forward to upgrading, learning, and then evangelizing.

> The tarball should be available from your CPAN client in a couple of hours.
> In the meanwhile you can grab a snapshot here:
> http://github.com/sukria/Dancer/tarball/v1.1807
> This is a huge step that has been done since 1.1805 and I'm sure you'll
> enjoy a lot all the new stuff:
> http://github.com/sukria/Dancer/blob/v1.1807/CHANGES
> Although bugs can still happen, this release has been heavily tested, with
> two development releases preceeding it (1.1806_01 and 1.1806_02).
> I really want to thank all the people involved with this release (as time
> goes more and more people contribute to the project, and nothing could make
> me happier).
> A special thank and lots of beers go to Franck Cuny who did a huge amount of
> work for this release, in many fields (PSGI compliance, bug fixing, test
> enhancements, documentation reviews and many more). My informant also told
> me he's been working on Websocket suppport but hush! this is another
> (upcoming) story ;)
> Enjoy your dances.
> --
> Alexis
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