Release Notes: This release tracks and displays changes done to configuration data. Changes can be due to user edit, automatic fix, or migration. Improved migration for array or hash elements. Many improvements in the Debian::Dpkg model.
Release Notes: There is a big change this time, hence the version bump to 2.001 (and then to 2.004 due to some release hiccups). The main change for users is the deprecation of the config-edit program in favor of cme. Instead of using options, this cme uses command keywords like git, so users will have more possibilities while typing less. Internally, some performance improvements were implemented. Given the work required, core Config::Model classes were converted to Moose. This release also feature some improvements for the Debian source package model.
Release Notes: This release adds a manual and cookbook page from SF wiki. It replaces dedicated commands with bash auto-completion. Debian dpkg copyright model: added deprecated parameters (Upstream-Name, Upstream-Maintainer, and Upstream-Source), and a modified copyright model to migrate user data from old parameters to new parameters. config-edit now has an -open_item option. There is an improved fstab example.
Release Notes: A YAML backend (to read and write YAML config files) was added. The hash and list parameter names were changed: "min" was changed to "min_index", "max" was changed to "max_index". This change is backward compatible.