Commit 9a1467e0 authored by bguillaum's avatar bguillaum

version 0.34

git-svn-id: svn+ssh://scm.gforge.inria.fr/svn/semagramme/libcaml-grew/trunk@8971 7838e531-6607-4d57-9587-6c381814729c
parent aeeb436f
Version 0.34 (2016/05/10)
NB: changes prefixed with "==>" belows breaks existing code!
NB: changes prefixed with "-->" belows makes existing code deprecated
==> new syntax:
X<<Y for X is before Y in the linear order
X<Y fot X is immediatly before Y in the linear order (diff from semantics introduced in 0.32)
==> new_syntax for regular expression on label edges:
NEW: X -[re"__your_regular_expression_here__"]-> Y
OLD: X -[aux:*]-> Y is not supported anymore
==> new_syntax for regular expression on featues:
NEW: X.feat = re"__your_regular_expression_here__" (no whitespace between re and double quote)
OLD: X.feat == "__your_regular_expression_here__" introduced in 0.32 is not supported anymore
--> remove lex_rule keyword: use "rule" instead
--> add_neighbour is now deprecated and new syntax is introduced for nodes creation:
add_node X Create a new node named X wihtout position constraint
add_node X :> Y Create a new node named X immediatly after Y
add_node X :> Y Create a new node named X immediatly before Y
* improve search for a sequence:
1) search for the sequence with the requested name
2) search for the module with the requested name
3) select the first sequence defined in the GRS file
* domain can be declared in a external file
* add functions Rewrite.set_max_depth_non_det and Rewrite.set_max_depth_det to the library
* improve error handling
* change precedence implementation
* remove useless code
Version 0.33.1 (2016/03/14)
* fix Conll error locations
Version 0.33 (2016/03/11)
* Fix implicit nodes handling with matching item with regexp: N.lemma == "a.*er"
* move conll handling code into an external library libcaml-conll
Version 0.32 (2016/02/01)
* extend syntax:
- syntactic sugar: "A < B" is interpreted as "A.position < B.position"
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