= 2002/11/15	1.01

Object::Transaction is now in production use.

The underlying object is no longer locked during loading.  If you
have a preload() method, be aware that the object is no longer
locked during the preload() call.

The new() method is no longer something to override.  It has been
replaced with initialize().  If you had a new method, that's
okay, but make sure to call cache() from within it.

Objects may now move during transactions.  If the file()
method returns something different than it did before the
transaction, the object will be moved.  It used to crash.

Method invocations like C<presave()> may how have side-effects that
effect the transaction like invoking C<savelater()> an another

To create a reference to a persisted object, a new method is provided:
->objectref().  This can be turned into an object with ->loadref().

When used with mod_perl, the object cache will be automatically
cleared each web hit.

Added otedit & otview.

Many bugs fixed.

= 2000/03/04	0.95

Bugs fixed

	* loading an object could cause DATACHANGE exception.  Fixed.

= 2000/01/30	0.94

Bugs fixed

	* locks should be released on transaction failure
	* untaint file contents before thawing
	* don't allow calls to save() or commit() from within {pre|post}save()
	* various deadlock situations
	* presave() can now change the location of the state file

New callback:

	* precommit() added to allow changed objects to change other objects
	  prior to commit.

New method: 

	* old() provides pre-transaction value of object

= 1999/11/19	0.93

Carey Evans <c.evans@clear.net.nz> points out that I really should use
autoflush if I'm going to use sync.  Fixed.

= 1999/11/18	0.92

Now storing in network byte order with a header on each file.

postload now receives the id as an argument.

= 1999/11/16	0.91

Ported to perl 5.005_03.

= 1999/11/15	0.9

Inital revision.