perl-workflow is picking up so much speed I did not have the time to write up a proper announcement of the 1.50 release.
This relases is continuing the cleaning and bug fixing.
Discussions have started on the general direction of perl-workflow and we are getting en route to flesh out a road map for a major release.
My hope it that the major release, is going to set a new direction for the perl-workflow framework and it might be cutting ties with some of the old ways of doings things, but we want to do this in good order and without breaking backwards compability without a proper deprecation cycle.
The plan is to have some of the upcoming releases, to be announcements of deprection notices, where the deprectation will be scheduled for exection down the line.
perl-workflow has expended it number of project members with two. This gives us the ability to handle some of all the work more effectively and all changes can be reviewed, which is a major step up from one maintainer.
Removal of unused dependency: Log::Dispatch, PR #64
Cleared out VSCode configuration file from distribution
Removed obsolete notes directory containing older coverage reports, now covered by Coveralls.io, PR #63
Removed obsolete prototypes directory containing minor examples for code constructs, PR #62
Addressed reports of failling tests from CPAN-testers for release 1.49, test suite now supports being run without
PERL_USE_UNSAFE_INC, PR #53
Implementation of workaround for issue #10 with the failing observers, this is expected to be readdressed, as the observer implementation will be revisited, PR #60
Stop requiring a DSN to be configured when the DBI handle is sourced from elsewhere; instead, require a
driverattribute to be specified, PR #51