Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in "Mktime()" and in the test suite.
Release Notes: Date::Calc has become a wrapper which tries to load Date::Calc::XS (the C/XS part it used to consist of), and failing that, loads Date::Calc::PP, which is part of this release (and which used to be Date::Pcalc). Moreover, the language is not a global setting anymore, and a new "normalized" mode has been added.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new normalized date difference function.
Release Notes: This release fixes several minor issues and makes the days which form the weekend in a Date::Calendar object configurable. The documentation has been updated accordingly.
Release Notes: This release mainly serves to keep this module in sync with its dependency, the "Bit::Vector" module (version 6.6). It also fixes the problem with the Boolean C type in combination with Mac OS X and brings some very minor additions to its documentation.
Release Notes: This release features C++ compiler directives, fixes a bug in the initialization of "Year" calendar objects, improves calendar.cgi by adding a new method tags() to Date::Calendar, fixes some calendar profiles and languages, adds Romanian, some Norwegian holidays and an additional Date::Calc "recipe", hopefully fixes the bug in test 5 of test script t/m005.t, and removes the module Carp::Clan from the distribution, which is available separately.
Release Notes: This version simplifies the internal error message handlers in Calc.xs (which reduces the code size a bit).
Release Notes: This release fixes the failing tests in t/f034.t and t/m006.t and replaces the profiles for Polish/Poland with an ISO-Latin-1 approximated version.
Release Notes: Out-of-the-box (i.e., without requiring porting) support for MacOS Classic/MacPerl, a new method (normalize), new languages (Hungarian, Polish), and new holiday profiles (Mexico, Poland) and commemorative dates (Brazil).
Release Notes: Many new functions were added. The Date::Calc::Object module was added for date objects with overloaded operators. The Date::Calendar module was added for date calculations with holidays. Holiday profiles for many countries are available. Scripts for displaying calendars (via CGI or the command line) are available.