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gregoa pushed a change to annotated tag debian/0.0014-1
in repository libmoosex-object-pluggable-perl.

        at  98cb170   (tag)
   tagging  c3f9fdc0b3ce3db9cdb5ddd06613c402eb5146be (commit)
  replaces  debian/0.0013-1
 tagged by  gregor herrmann
        on  Sun Oct 25 17:59:15 2015 +0100

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tagging package libmoosex-object-pluggable-perl version debian/0.0014-1
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David Steinbrunner (1):
      typo fix in var name

Guillermo Roditi (15):
      first checkin of MooseX-Object-Pluggable
      bye bye anon classes hello 0.0003
      pod fixes
      irc is bad for productivity
      more tests, a missing file, bug fix
      006 ready
      0.0007 changes
      bye bye extensions
      feex the tests
      dist fuckups
      bah wah
      update _original_class_name
      i messed up the v number on the last one

Karen Etheridge (28):
      Class::MOP::load_class has been deprecated in Moose 2.1200
      repository now lives at
      convert to Dist::Zilla
      clean up formatting in Changes file
      make release tests pass
      remove unnecessary shebangs
      add missing weaver.ini
      map alternative emails
      Merge pull request #1 from dsteinbrunner/patch-1
      remove artifact of groditi's module minting process, that requires a full 
dzil build to run now
      doc cleanup
      changelog for pod munging changes
      Pod::Weaver::PluginBundle::Default 4 now contains [-SingleEncoding]
      add irc and mailing list info to metadata
      keep namespaces clean
      tell user if the plugin isn't a role
      New tests for attempting to (re)load a bad plugin - for RT#88562 
diagnosis -- still todo
      avoid hitting RT#63013 - $INC{Dies1} exists but undef, causing reload 
      register each loaded plugin as soon as it is succesfully loaded
      use Try::Tiny instead of bare eval
      now using [Git::Contributors]
      remove unneeded plugin
      tighten up entries
      github is the default server option
      add a test that runs `moose-outdated`

Robert Boone (1):
      Spelling corrections.

Salvatore Bonaccorso (2):
      Update Vcs-Browser URL to cgit web frontend
      update changelog

Shawn M Moore (5):
      Bump up the Moose dep because someone had trouble installing this with an 
old Moose
      Failing test for reloading an already-loaded plugin, it shouldn't throw 
an error
      And a fix for the failing test
      Update Changes
      Add myself to contributors

Todd Hepler (1):
      a couple pod typos

Yuval Kogman (3):
      improve the unabel to locate error message to croak and to also give the 
requested plugin's name
      load_plugins withs all the plugins in one go
      demand Module::Install 0.75

gregor herrmann (9):
      Add debian/upstream/metadata
      Update debian/changelog
      Imported Upstream version 0.0014
      Merge tag 'upstream/0.0014'
      Update debian/changelog
      Update years of packaging copyright, and Upstream-Contact.
      Mark package as autopkgtest-able.
      Declare compliance with Debian Policy 3.9.6.
      releasing package libmoosex-object-pluggable-perl version 0.0014-1


This annotated tag includes the following new commits:

       new  ba74d51   Add debian/upstream/metadata
       new  5fc9087   Update debian/changelog
       new  6b3627f   Merge tag 'upstream/0.0014'
       new  550bbde   Update debian/changelog
       new  dd3ccc3   Update years of packaging copyright, and Upstream-Contact.
       new  c843eb2   Mark package as autopkgtest-able.
       new  d74c792   Declare compliance with Debian Policy 3.9.6.
       new  c3f9fdc   releasing package libmoosex-object-pluggable-perl version 

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