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                     =====================================
                       Package "Date::Pcalc" Version 1.2
                     =====================================

                  Copyright (c) 1999-2001 J. David Eisenberg,
                                 based on work
                   Copyright (c) 1993-2001 by Steffen Beyer.
                             All rights reserved.


Credits:
--------

Many thanks to Andreas Koenig for his efforts as upload-manager for the
CPAN, his patience, and lots of very good advice and suggestions! Thank
you for doing such a tremendous (and very time-consuming) job!!

Also many thanks to David Jenkins for reviewing the first version of this
README file and the english man page.

Thanks to Jarkko Hietaniemi for suggesting the "days_in_month()" function.

Many thanks to Christian <chrisi@vm.akh-wien.ac.at> for reporting the bug
fixed in version 1.4, which showed up on an HP E55 running HP-UX 10.01 and
Perl 5.001m with the c89 Ansi 89 compiler from HP.

Also many thanks to David Thompson <dlt@dewey.csun.edu> for reporting a
problem he encountered concerning the inclusion of the Perl distribution
("Unable to find include file ...") and for suggesting a solution for this
problem. (That's the most pleasant kind of problem report, of course! ;-) )

Many thanks to Tom Limoncelli <tal@plts.org> for raising the question of
how to calculate the 2nd Thursday of a given month and year!

Many thanks to Bart Robinson <lomew@cs.utah.edu> for suggesting the "all"
export option and the "decode_day()" and "decode_month()" functions.

Also many thanks to Ron Savage <Ron.Savage@datacraft.com.au> for suggesting
the incorporation of time calculations into this module. (Sorry that I
didn't include the handling of time zones, which can be taken care of
more easily by adding/subtracting the appropriate time value in an extra,
preliminary step!)

Many thanks to Jonathan Lemon <jlemon@americantv.com> for reporting
the bug (and how to fix it!) concerning arrays as parameters, fixed
in version 2.2!

Many thanks to Tim Zingelman <zingelman@fnal.gov> for reporting the problem
fixed in version 2.3 and for testing an intermediate new version of this
module on his machine!

Many thanks to Jonas Liljegren <jonas@cultcom.se> for posting a subroutine
for calculating easter monday in news:comp.lang.perl.modules and thereby
triggering my writing of the new "Date::CalcLib" module which has been
added in version 3.0 of the "Date::Calc" distribution.

Also many thanks to Claus Tondering <c-t@pip.dknet.dk> for his excellent
web pages and FAQ in news:news.answers about calendars and how to calcu-
late easter sunday.

Thanks to Reinhold Stansich <dynaconsult@netway.at> for posting a list
of christian feast days and their offsets from easter sunday in news:
comp.databases.ms-access and to Tammo Schnieder <schniede@hh.sdm.de>
for sending me his posting.

Many thanks to Max Ruffert <mor@mpa-garching.mpg.de> at the Max Planck
Institute for Astrophysics in Garching for looking up Gauss' Rule for
calculating easter sunday (the algorithm which is implemented in the
"Date::CalcLib" module) for me and dictating it to me over the
phone!

Many thanks to Chris Halverson <cdh@CompleteIS.com> for asking me
"is there a "standard" way to create a calendar similar to the output
of cal(1)?", which gave me the idea to write the function "calendar"
which has been added to the module "DateCalcLib" in version 3.1, and
also for the C code demonstrating how to use the C library "lib_date.c"
stand-alone, because that was what he needed to do as well.

Many thanks to Gunardi Wu <gunardi@starindo.net> for notifying me about
the bug in the "Add_Delta_YMD()" function which was fixed in version 4.1.

Thanks to the several people who notified me about two compiler warnings
concerning incompatible character types in Calc.xs line 857 (added two
casts in version 4.2 to fix this flaw).