Net-Ping-Network 1.62 (ANGERSTEI)

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Revision history for Perl extension Net::Ping::Network.

1.62 2009-03-19T19:45:21Z
 - Metering high resulotion PING Rountriptime added.
 - Object is now in "Best Practise" aka "Perl::Critic" Style.
 - performance has slightly increased, noticable when using lists of 10 or
   more hosts.
 - Documentation has been updated. 

1.60 2008-09-29T19:25:33Z
 - Fixing typos in documentation (sorry!)	 
 - Adding support for configuration of icmp packet-Size

1.57 2008-09-29T11:15:35Z
 - 1.57 implementing RFC3021 Complaince (Using 31-Bit Prefixes on IPv4
   Point-to-Point Links)	

1.56 2008-09-09T10:11:08Z
 - 1.56 minor change in documentation - Till 1.55 Net::Ping::Network was a
   simple collection of function, to increase the performance of
   ICMP-availability checks by parallelization. Now it has become an
   OOP-Modul with all the fancy stuff perl programmers love most.
 - 1.00 stable class of functions to enhance ping-performance utilizing
   Net::Ping::External to become more portable.  

Revision history for Perl extension Net::Ping::Network.

1.62 Fr  Mar 19 19:45:21 2009
	- Metering high resulotion PING Rountriptime added.
	- Object is now in "Best Practise" aka "Perl::Critic" Style.
	- performance has slightly increased, noticable when using lists of 10 or more hosts.
	- Documentation has been updated. 

1.60 Mon Sep 29 19:25:33 2008
        - Fixing typos in documentation (sorry!)        
        - Adding support for configuration of icmp packet-Size

1.57 Mon Sep 29 11:15:35 2008
        - 1.57 implementing RFC3021 Complaince (Using 31-Bit Prefixes on IPv4 Point-to-Point Links)        

1.56 Mon Sep 09 10:11:08 2008
        - 1.56 minor change in documentation
	- Till 1.55 Net::Ping::Network was a simple collection of function,
          to increase the performance of ICMP-availability checks by parallelization.
          Now it has become an OOP-Modul with all the fancy stuff perl programmers love most.
        - 1.00 stable class of functions to enhance ping-performance utilizing Net::Ping::External
          to become more portable.  
@@ -1,22 +1,25 @@
-Revision history for Perl extension Net::Ping::Network.
+Revision history for Perl extension Net::Ping::Network.
-
+
-1.62 Fr  Mar 19 19:45:21 2009
+1.62 2009-03-19T19:45:21Z
-	- Metering high resulotion PING Rountriptime added.
+ - Metering high resulotion PING Rountriptime added.
-	- Object is now in "Best Practise" aka "Perl::Critic" Style.
+ - Object is now in "Best Practise" aka "Perl::Critic" Style.
-	- performance has slightly increased, noticable when using lists of 10 or more hosts.
+ - performance has slightly increased, noticable when using lists of 10 or
-	- Documentation has been updated. 
+   more hosts.
-
+ - Documentation has been updated. 
-1.60 Mon Sep 29 19:25:33 2008
+
-        - Fixing typos in documentation (sorry!)        
+1.60 2008-09-29T19:25:33Z
-        - Adding support for configuration of icmp packet-Size
+ - Fixing typos in documentation (sorry!)	 
-
+ - Adding support for configuration of icmp packet-Size
-1.57 Mon Sep 29 11:15:35 2008
+
-        - 1.57 implementing RFC3021 Complaince (Using 31-Bit Prefixes on IPv4 Point-to-Point Links)        
+1.57 2008-09-29T11:15:35Z
-
+ - 1.57 implementing RFC3021 Complaince (Using 31-Bit Prefixes on IPv4
-1.56 Mon Sep 09 10:11:08 2008
+   Point-to-Point Links)	
-        - 1.56 minor change in documentation
+
-	- Till 1.55 Net::Ping::Network was a simple collection of function,
+1.56 2008-09-09T10:11:08Z
-          to increase the performance of ICMP-availability checks by parallelization.
+ - 1.56 minor change in documentation - Till 1.55 Net::Ping::Network was a
-          Now it has become an OOP-Modul with all the fancy stuff perl programmers love most.
+   simple collection of function, to increase the performance of
-        - 1.00 stable class of functions to enhance ping-performance utilizing Net::Ping::External
+   ICMP-availability checks by parallelization. Now it has become an
-          to become more portable.  
+   OOP-Modul with all the fancy stuff perl programmers love most.
+ - 1.00 stable class of functions to enhance ping-performance utilizing
+   Net::Ping::External to become more portable.  
+

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