Fatal and autodie would not be possible if it were not for the contributions
of the wonderful people below.

Lionel Cons
        - Original module

Ilya Zakharevich
        - Prototype updates

Paul Fenwick
        - autodie, autodie::exception, Fatal overhaul

        - Suggesting the name 'lethal', which the module was
          called during much of development.

Juerd Waalboer
        - Suggesting the name 'autodie'

Aristotle Pagaltzis
        - Suggestions and sanity checking on design and interface

Mark Reed and Rolan Giersig
        - Klingon Translators

Matt Trout
	- Suggesting I look at namespace::clean as a pragma that
	  works under 5.8 and which is able to precisely delete
	  subroutines from globs.

Robert 'phaylon' Sedlacek
	- Writing namespace::clean, which I twisted to my dark
	will to provide a faster, 5.8 clean autodie with less

Stephen 'Stennie' Steneker
	- Spelling corrections.

	- Advice on $^H, %^H, and other dark and terrible magicks.
	- Being a wonderful sounding board for when I had too many
	  ideas and not enough implementation.

	- Resolving the most frustrating issue of user-subroutine
	  replacement under Perl 5.8,
	- Enlightening me as to the correct way to reference globs.
	- Reminding me that 'use' really does happen first, regardless
	  of how it's been dressed.

Matt Kraai
        - Formatting fixes in diagnostics.

Darren Duncan
        - Spotting omissions in user documentation.

Damian Conway
        - Extremely detailed and inspirational input into how
          autodie::hints should work, as opposed to my original
          and rather stunted proposal.

Jacinta Richardson
        - Documentation, proof-reading, code review, and a huge
          amount of sound-boarding.  In particular most of the
          autodie::hints documentation would not exist without
          Jacinta's efforts.

Ben Morrow
        - Providing an excellent and compelling argument as to
          how roles should be handled.
        - Spotting that autodie can clobber package scalars when
          formats are copied between blogs.

Glenn Fowler
        - Documentation review and improvement when I had spent
          so long looking at the autodie::hints documentation I
          wasn't sure if they made sense anymore. ;)

Toby Corkindale
        - Documentation copyediting and improvements.

Vincent Pit
        - Additional test cases.
        - Help in tracking down string eval weirdness.
        - Code review and sanity support.

Florian Ragwitz
        - Help in tracking down string eval weirdness.
        - Letting me cargo-cult code from B::Hooks::EndOfScope.

Elliot Shank
        - Integration into Perl::Critic

Michael Schwern
        - Finding a more-than-a-decade old bug in Fatal that caused
          it to leak carp functions.
        - Improvements to generated error messages.
        - Safer loading of exception classes.
        - Support for working with the open pragma.

David Taylor
        - Documentation fixes.

Nick Cleaton
        - Support for multi-arg open.

Craig A. Berry
        - VMS support.

Jonathan Yu
        - chmod support.
        - Prevention of author tests failing if Sub::Identify not installed.

Jerry D. Hedden
        - Better test output, particularly when running as part of the
          Perl core.

Curtis Jewell
        - Improvements to File::Copy tests under Windows.

Olivier Mengué
        - Compatibility fixes with Carp.

Todd Rinaldo
        - Avoided possible test failures when STDIN was a socket.

        - chmod support and tests.

David Steinbrunner
        - Spelling and documentation corrections.

Niels Thykier
        - Identification and caching of reuseable subroutines.
        - Significant reductions in the number of string evals().
        - Refactoring and restructing to make autodie's guts more sane.
        - General all round speed improvements.
        - Niels Thykier is a hero of the free people. Autodie loads
          *much* faster due to his efforts!
        - Fixes around leak guards and slurpy core subroutines.