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- change text of error messages to include module names (#116)
- depend on filelock library to avoid locking bug (#91)
- permit events that are polymorphic in the base monad, with a MonadReader/MonadState constraint (#94)
- fix a minor memory leak (#104)
- add a test suite and extend examples (#98)
- improve benchmarks (#113)
- expose internal modules (subject to change in the future)
- support building on GHC 8.2
- update links from seize.it to github.com
- createCheckpoint now cuts a new events file (#74)
- fix bug in archiveLog that resulted in logs being moved prematurely (#22)
- tweaks for GHC 8.0.x, template-haskell 2.11.x
- fix compilation of benchmarks
fixes for cereal 0.5 while maintaining cereal 0.4 compatibility. IMPORTANT: cereal 0.5 / safecopy 0.9 change the serialization format of Float/Double. Migration should be performed automatically on old data. However, you should be aware that once you upgrade to safecopy 0.9 / cereal 0.5, your data will be migrated and not readable by older versions of your application which are compiled against safecopy 0.8 / cereal 0.4.
additional fixes for TH and kinded type variables (#56)