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js pushed a change to annotated tag upstream/0.13
in repository libgeo-distance-xs-perl.

        at  96ed8eb   (tag)
   tagging  be23a66144a1d6c38f7b00fc9befd882c0ff0799 (commit)
  replaces  upstream/0.11
 tagged by  Jonas Smedegaard
        on  Tue Jul 1 15:43:19 2014 +0200

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Upstream version 0.13
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Jonas Smedegaard (1):
      Imported Upstream version 0.13

gray (81):
      Initial import to git
      fix description
      add manifest
      no need to determine formula type for every call to distance;
      no longer planning to support a new style
      add unimport; update benchmarks
      add hack to allow timethese to be used
      use void/PPCODE since the return value is added directly to the stack and 
no RETVAL is needed
      fix polar formula
      ensure the formula type is the same before and after import is called
      benchmark each of the forumla types
      add vincenty implementation
      update benchmarks
      repository is apparently supposed to be lowercased
      more portable test for NaN- hopefully compiles on solaris now
      bump version for new release
      add support for non-c99 compilers; bump version for new release
      update ppport.h
      move author tests into separate dir
      add note stating that this module will automatically be used if 
installed; add link to repository; use canonical rt links
      mark individual distance methods "private" so pod coverage author test 
      update manifest
      release 0.04
      add perlcritic author test
      move perlcriticrc
      correct repository link
      updated perl critic policies
      use Carp so error messages are more useful and fully match those of 
      adjust Carp level in redefined sub
      unimport does not need pod
      document new release and bump version
      add authortest target and add it to disttest target
      minor formatting change
      add .gitignore
      new author tests
      move file for portability
      add tests
      document new release and bump version
      set minimum required version of Geo::Distance to 0.16; closes rt #50545; 
bump version for new release
      add GIS::Distance::Fast to the benchmark
      update author tests
      new release
      remove Test::More from prereq_pm as it was moved to build_requires
      strip ppport.h- saves about 100KB
      5.6.2 compatibility
      prevent non-numeric warning from eumm dev versions
      ignore MYMETA.yml
      ignore MYMETA.json
      force usage of XSLoader
      update copyright dates
      bump version for new release
      fix for antipodal coordinatess
      use fabs in vincenty for more accurate results
      completely override original formula function from Geo::Distance to allow 
new distance functions to be added
      update copyright dates
      export the list of formulas for easier testing
      doubles don't need a zero after the decimal
      use xsub aliases and a function pointer instead of separate xsubs
      fix bug when dealing with multiple Geo::Distance objects
      add new Andoyer-Lambert-Thomas formula
      don't use pow
      convert distance method from perl to xs
      add test to verify that xs can be disabled with environment variable
      remove timethese output from benchmarks
      add a benchmark script to compare speed and calculations of xs formulas
      update benchmarks
      no need to document the distance function
      bump version for new release
      update manifest
      adjust constants for better accuracy
      update benchmarks
      bump version for new release
      optimize case where both coordinates are identical
      upgrade to 3.20
      defined(@array) is deprecated
      upgrade ppport
      update copyright dates
      bump version for new release
      restored support for 5.6.2
      bump version for new release


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