./devel/p5-Data-Printer, Colored pretty-print of Perl data structures and objects

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.000004nb1, Package name: p5-Data-Printer-1.000004nb1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Data::Printer is a Perl module to pretty-print Perl data structures
and objects in full color. It is meant to display variables on
screen, properly formatted to be inspected by a human.

Data::Printer is highly customizable, from indentation size to
depth level. You can even rename the exported p() function!

Data::Printer also lets you create filters to help debugging
your objects easily.

Required to run:
[lang/perl5] [devel/p5-File-HomeDir] [devel/p5-Clone-PP] [devel/p5-Package-Stash] [devel/p5-Sort-Naturally]

Required to build:

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Filesize: 112.286 KB

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   2022-06-28 13:38:00 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3952)
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*: recursive bump for perl 5.36
   2021-10-26 12:20:11 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (3016)
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archivers: Replace RMD160 checksums with BLAKE2s checksums

All checksums have been double-checked against existing RMD160 and
SHA512 hashes

Could not be committed due to merge conflict:

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   2021-10-07 15:44:44 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (3017)
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   2021-07-06 14:38:23 by Wen Heping | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 1.000004

Upstream changes:
1.0.4   2021-03-03
        - fix DBIx::Class print when literal SQL is present (Veesh Goldman)

1.0.3   2021-03-02
        - fixup documentation on how to convert from the old .dataprinter
          format to the new one (GH#157)
        - test fixes

1.0.2   2021-02-28
        - Material's color for caller_info and code is now a bit brighter
          to improve readability on terminals with dark background.
        - improve MS Windows support
        - increase test coverage

1.0.1   2021-02-25
        - properly parse the "n" option in regexes
        - fix unwrap of __PACKAGE__, __FILENAME__ and __LINE__
          on caller_message (GH#156)
        - add a single space between caller message and data when
          caller_message_newline is false
        - proper colorization on caller message.
        - improve documentation on caller message behavior
        - document caveat of printing array/hash slices (GH#152)
        - fix broken link in documentation (GH#155)
        - improve tip on how to make a drop-in replacement
          to Data::Dumper (GH#154)

1.0.0   2021-02-24
    We are really excited to finally bring to you Data::Printer 1.0.0 \o/
    This release includes all modifications from the 0.99_* series as
    described below.

0.99_026 2021-02-19
        - test fixes/updates
        - improved support for Cpanel::JSON::XS::Boolean

0.99_025 2021-02-18
        - improved support for perl 5.8.9 (thank you cpantesters!)

0.99_024 2021-02-17
        - fix rc file conversor to change 'color' to 'colors'
          (thanks Buddy Burden for reporting the issue!)
        - massive documentation rewrite.
        - drop support for "ignore_keys" for now.

0.99_023 2021-02-01
        - profiles! Now you make complex settings using Perl code.
        - allow .dataprinter files on the project home and subdirs.
        - new option 'warnings', when set to 0 will make DDP silence
          (almost) all warnings such as theme/profile not found. Default is 1.
        - filter for the 'Date' module (the evolution of Panda::Date)
        - properly show roles' attributes from Role::Tiny, Moo and Moose;
        - 'quote_keys' also quotes the path of circular references and found \ 
        - when 'quote_keys' is set, hash keys are quoted with whatever \ 
          is set to.
        - escape quote characters in quoted strings and hash keys
        - blessed regexps (in objects different than the native 'Regexp') are now
          properly displayed as objects of their class.
        - new string_max default: 4096
        - new array_max default: 100
        - new hash_max default: 100
        - dropped filter support for the deprecated Panda::Date dist
        - dropped filter support for the Date::Pcalc dist (buggy in recent perls)
        - lowercased all words in class dump for output consistency

0.99_022 2020-09-26
        - fix test case of rc option containing spaces

0.99_021 2020-09-26
        - 'caller_message_position' option to control whether to show labels 'before'
          or 'after' the dump (defaults to 'before');
        - 'caller_message_newline' puts an automatic "\n" after the \ 
        - 'resolve_scalar_refs' option to show values instead of just
          the reference indicator;
        - when multiline is false, string/hash/array overflow become \ 
        - filter loading errors are not fatal anymore, unless you set the
          'die_on_filter_error' option;
        - allow quoted values when parsing .dataprinter;
        - np() is never colored on 'auto' colors;
        - printing to a file or to a variable is never colored on 'auto' colors;
        - fulldump typo fix;
        - fix filter test failure when Mojo::JSON loads ::XS backends (GH#136);
        - do not call 'stringify' on PDF::API2 objects as it's a destructive op;
        - allow code filters in the new .dataprinter format, but only if the
          file meets certain permissions criteria;
        - 'dump' mode working as expected again;
        - simplified homedir logic for MSWin32, Linux and MacOS
          (Karen Etheridge);
        - new 'contributing to' data;
        - minor color adjustments on Material theme to improve legibility
          on lighter terminals;

0.99_020 2018-06-30
        - new 'fulldump' option to ignore max string/array/hash.
        - also stringify on to_string()
        - ContentType filter shows utf8 symbol for image/audio/video/etc
        - ContentType filter now has its own color
        - ContentType filter understands Sereal binaries
        - prevent 'undefined' warning in ContentType filter
        - fix test on old HTTP::Headers
        - improved documentation

0.99_019 2018-06-27
        - more filter fixes on different module versions
          (many thanks to Slaven Rezić and all other CPAN testers).

0.99_018 2018-06-25
        - fix filter test on older HTTP::Message

0.99_017 2018-06-25
        - fix filter test failure on older Mojolicious
        - fix filter test failure on older Digest::MD5

0.99_016 2018-06-25
        - unsee() method in DDP objects to ignore visits
        - new Web filter bundle parsing JSON, Cookies and HTTP Request/Response.
        - DateTime filter now understands Time::Seconds and Time::Moment.
        - fixed show_tied, which was not working properly since the refactor.
        - prevent non-ref counters from being refcounted
        - fix floating point test error in unusual hardware/OS combinations.
        - improved implementation of "seen" counter
        - improved documentation
        - removed unused code

0.99_015 2018-06-14
        - new ContentType filter to detect popular binaries in strings,
          like images, videos and documents.
        - code tidying
        - greatly improved documentation
        - test coverage increased
        - DateTime/Digest/DB filters now honor colorization from themes
        - test fixes

0.99_014 2018-06-08
        - DateTime filter: fix Class::Date test on systems
          that treat GMT as UTC.

0.99_013 2018-06-08
        - dualvar lax mode accepts leading/trailing whitespace in numbers
        - DB filter: improve display of replication lag
        - DB filter: list unique constraints on DBIC
        - DB filter: improved parsing of DBIC sources/resultsets/rows
        - filter listings in RC file now always an array ref
        - DateTime filter: fix parsing of old Mojo::Date objects
        - DB filter: test fixes
        - Digest filter updated and re-added
        - DB filter: improve documentation
        - DB filter: increase test coverage
        - Digest filter: show class name by default on parsing digests

0.99_012 2018-05-25
        - show_dualvar now accepts 'strict', 'lax' and 'off'. Default is
          'lax', ignoring decimal zeroes to the right (e.g. 1.00 and '1',
          '1.10' and 1.1)
        - multiline => 0 now also shortens the hash separator
        - test improvements
        - improved documentation

0.99_011 2018-05-24
        - proper color downgrade on terminals who only support 256 colors.
        - fixed colorization tests
        - fixed DB external filters

0.99_010 2018-05-21
        - extra debug info for failed colorization tests
        - another fix for Panda::Date (Slaven Rezić)

0.99_009 2018-05-20
        - fix dualvar test on different locales (Slaven Rezić)
        - fix Panda::Date test when en_US locale not present (Slaven Rezić)

0.99_008 2018-05-20
        - show_dualvar (defaults to true) lets you know whenever both numeric
          and string values of a variable are set to a different thing
          (Philippe "BooK" Bruhat)
        - maybe_colorize() accepts a 'default color' so filters can use it.
        - extra_config() provies all non-core settings passed
          to Data::Printer, so filters can use them.
        - DateTime filter for Panda::Date (Sergey Aleynikov)
        - fixed DateTime external filters
        - fix issue with dereferencing code refs (Håkon Hægland)
        - fix 'pass' on globs, regexes and code references
          (Håkon Hægland, Sergey Aleynikov)
        - documentation improvements

0.99_007 2018-05-17
        - fix regex parsing in 5.10.1
        - test fixes for 5.11

0.99_006 2018-05-17
        - fix longstanding issue of displaying weirdly-named objects
          like 'HASH' or "0" (github issue #105) (bessarabov + dur-randir)
        - fix test for UNIVERSAL::DOES
        - documentation improvements
        - remove undocumented and unsupported extra option in
          external filters.

0.99_005 2018-05-13
        - fix regex filter on perl 5.8
        - improve ISA detection in perl 5.8 without MRO::Compat

0.99_004 2018-05-12
        - fix tests on win32

0.99_003 2018-05-11
        - fix test plan issue on some versions of Test::More
        - die from caller perspective on filter error
        - drop support for Sort::Naturally::XS

0.99_002 2018-05-10
        - fix tests when bogus RC file is present
        - fix colored tests on travis
        - fix refcount test on perls <= 5.12
        - reset internal state after parsing
        - when scouting for methods, ensure GVs are named
        - synced p() and np() code so they behave exactly the same
        - fix use_prototypes => 0
        - prevent "double plan" warninga on tests
        - extra tests to increase code coverage
        - improved error handling in themes
        - function to convert old RC format to the new one
        - improved README
        - extra debug info on test failures
        - cleanup on unreachable code

0.99_001 2018-04-21
        - new format for the .dataprinterrc file
        - Data::Printer::Object available for public usage!
          (big thanks to frew && rjbs)
        - use DDP; p $foo, as => 'this is a label';
          Hopefully this helps people tag their debug code without having
          to write caller_info => 1, caller_message => '...'
        - theme => 'XXX' will try and load Data::Printer::Theme::XXX,
          which you can create to share your colour scheme with the world!
        - speaking of colours, you can now use up to 256 of them
          (if your terminal supports them, of course)
        - print only a slice of arrays and hashes with:
           - array_max => 10 (default is 50, set it to 0 for unlimited)
           - array_overflow => '(...skipping __SKIPPED__ items...)'
           - array_preserve => 'begin'
             if the array has more than array_max elements, preserve the first
             array_max elements and replace the rest with '(...skipping XX \ 
             Other available options are 'end', 'middle', 'extremes', and 'none'.
           - hash_max / hash_overflow / hash_preserve (same! note however that
             preserved keys will only be the same if hash keys are sorted)
             Defaults to 50.
        - ignore_keys to skip their dump (feature by Eugen Konkov)
        - string_max/string_overflow/string_preserve to limit string entries \ 
          just like arrays and hashes. Defaults to 1024 and 'begin'. Set it
          to 0 for unlimited size.
        - new 'separator', 'brackets' and 'overflow' colors to control
        - unicode_charnames, when set to 1 (together with escape_chars)
          will try and use the Unicode name when escaping strings.
          So `$s = "\x{2603}"; p $s` will output "\N{SNOWMAN}"
        - show_refcount => 1 exposes the reference count for the data structure
          (and inner data) if the count is greater than 1. (default 0, showing \ 
no refcounts).
        - show_memsize => 1 shows the (approximated) amount of memory the variable
          occupies for all variables on that level. This means that '1' will show
          the size of the entire data structure, while 2 will also show sizes of
          inner data, 3 will go even deeper and so on. To get the size of everything,
          use 'all' - though usually you'll probably want to just use '1'.
          This requires Devel::Size, so the default is 0 for none.
        - memsize_unit defined in which unit to show the memory usage. Can be
          set to 'b'(ytes), 'k'(ilobytes), 'm'(egabytes) or 'auto' (the default).
        - new property 'format_inheritance', defaults to "lines", a \ 
shiny and much
          clearer new way to displays methods per inherited package. You may also
          set it to 'string' to preserve the old behaviour.
        - inheritance tree is considered when filtering objects unless you disable
          it with 'parent_filters => 0' (Ovid)
        - new option 'stringify' (default: 1) will return the stringified version
          of the object, if one is available. It will try overloaded strings/numbers,
          as_string() and stringify() calls, respectively. Note that this will \ 
          ignore all other class details you may have chosen.
          (Sergey Aleynikov, Benct Philip Jonsson)
        - new option show_overloads (default: 1) will list all overloads
          from the object's class.
        - the standard class filter is now able to show internals in blessed subs
        - support for faster natural sorting via Sort::Key::Natural
          if the user has it installed (feature request by @grr on github)
        - fix array subelement alignment when index is shown (GARU)
        - show UNIVERSAL in linear ISA if it's on (GARU)
        - use "\n" instead of $/ as default line separator (Håkon \ 
Hægland && Chung-Kuan Tsai)
        - less magic added to internal Perl representation of variables
          (Jarrod Funnell, Sergey Aleynikov, Michael Conrad, Nicolas R.)
        - show_methods is now independent from show_inherited, meaning you can
          check all inherited methods and no local ones, or any combination thereof.
          This is the expected behaviour from the documentation, but was not \ 
   2021-05-24 21:56:06 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3575)
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*: recursive bump for perl 5.34
   2020-08-31 20:13:29 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3631)
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*: bump PKGREVISION for perl-5.32.
   2019-08-11 15:25:21 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3557)
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Bump PKGREVISIONs for perl 5.30.0
   2019-06-30 22:17:50 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (1816)
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Update packages using a search.cpan.org HOMEPAGE to metacpan.org.

The former now redirects to the latter.

This covers the most simple cases where http://search.cpan.org/dist/name
can be changed to https://metacpan.org/release/name.

Reviewed by hand to hopefully make sure no unwanted changes sneak in.