File python-lark-parser.changes of Package python-lark-parser

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Wed Sep 11 13:06:32 UTC 2019 - Tomáš Chvátal <tchvatal@suse.com>

- Update to 0.7.5:
  * Lark transformers can now visit tokens as wel
  * Fixed long-standing non-determinism and prioritization bugs in Earley.
  * Serialize tool now supports multiple start symbols
  * iter_subtrees, find_data and find_pred methods are now included in standalone parser
  * Bugfixes for the transformer interface, for the custom lexer, for grammar imports, and many more

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Mon Aug 26 13:28:28 UTC 2019 - John Vandenberg <jayvdb@gmail.com>

- Drop no longer necessary disable_test.patch
- Replace %doc entry docs/ with docs/* to avoid extra sub-directory
- Added Suggests: python-Js2Py for optional runtime dependency
- Update to v0.7.3
  * Added a new tool called Serialize, that stores Lark's internal
    state as JSON. That will allow for integration with other languages.
  * Minor bugfix regarding line-counting and the \s regex
- from v0.7.2
  * Lark now allows you to specify the start symbol when calling
    Lark.parse() (requires pre-declaration of all possible start states,
    see the start option)
  * Negative priority now allowed in rules and terminals
  * Also includes many minor bugfixes, optimizations, and improvements
    to documentation

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Tue May 21 14:06:52 UTC 2019 - pgajdos@suse.com

- version update to 0.7.1
    Lark can now serialize its parsers, resulting in simplified stand-alone code.
    Bugfix for v_args (Issue #350)
    Improvements and bugfixes for importing rules from grammar files
    Performance improvement for the reconstructor feature
    New Earley implementation with SPPF support
    Added support for importing rules between grammars. The import mechanism
      is namespace-aware.
    Added the maybe_placeholders option, which causes optionals of the form
     [expr] to return None when not matched, instead of just not appearing.
     (optionals of the form expr? maintain the previous behavior of not
     appearing unless matched)
    Plenty of bugfixes, better errors, and better docs

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Thu Mar 14 16:41:11 UTC 2019 - Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>

- Trim bias from description.

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Wed Mar 13 15:21:17 UTC 2019 - Ondřej Súkup <mimi.vx@gmail.com>

- initial commit
- add disable_test.patch - skip test without needed data