# binary-typed changelog

## 0.1

Initial release.

### 0.1.0.1

• Add testsuite to compare generated message lengths with vanilla Binary and the various different typed serializations.
• The .cabal file is hopefully fixed so that Hackage is able to build the docs automatically.

## 0.2

### 0.2.0.0

• Add Hashed32 type representation with 32 bit, more suitable for short data than the previous Hashed, which was implicitly 64 bit long. Hashed64 is also available in case the longer hash is needed.
• Type representations are now automatically cached by encodeTyped. If this data is long enough, it is even serialized in advance as well.

### 0.2.0.1

• Fix whitespace in docs to make the docs build properly on Hackage, which presumably has an older Haddock version

### 0.2.1.0

• Fix sharing not working at all (bad encodeTyped implementation)
• Pre-calculate certain functions in the benchmarks so they can be properly shared among invocations

### 0.2.2

• Add Hashed5 type representation that has no size overhead compared to Untyped
• Add script to upload documentation to Hackage, since with the use of the new Typeable GHC 7.6.3, which Hackage currently runs, cannot build the docs itself.

### 0.2.3

• Decoding now caches as well for Hashed* representations. This saves recalculating the TypeRep of the expected type, which previously was the bottleneck. Both encoding and decoding speeds are now very close to untyped Binary.

## 0.3

• Add Debug module, which is a drop-in replacement for the ordinary API. However, a message is emitted via Debug.Trace every time a type representation is calculated, which makes it possible to debug proper sharing/caching.