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Remove -PRE from version number before release. Chris Pressey 4 years ago
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3 Version 0.11-PRE "Dan Ryan Expressway" (current development version):
3 Version 0.11 "Dan Ryan Expressway" (current released version):
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55 * Renamed the internal tests to have descriptive names instead of
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1313 block needs no prefixes at all, and it is simply treated as one
1414 verbatim test body.
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16 Version 0.10 "Shedd Aquarium" (current released version):
16 Version 0.10 "Shedd Aquarium" (previous released version):
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1818 * Removed the old, bitrotting Haskell implementation.
1919 * Removed deprecated `%(test-text)` and `%(test-file)` variables
2626 there was a previous test, and the test body of the previous test will
2727 be re-used with the new input in the new test.
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29 Version 0.9-2014.0525 "Municipal Pier #2, May 25th 2014" (previous released
30 version):
29 Version 0.9-2014.0525 "Municipal Pier #2, May 25th 2014":
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3231 * Shell implementations assume input and output is encoded UTF-8; any
3332 malformed UTF-8 is simply ignored (for better or worse, for now.)
00 Falderal
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3 Version 0.11-PRE "Dan Ryan Expressway"
3 Version 0.11 "Dan Ryan Expressway"
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55 This is the reference distribution of Falderal, a file format for literate
66 test suites. What sets Falderal apart from most other test frameworks is
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8 This document is a *draft*. It is nominally "version 0.11-PRE" because it
9 describes something that version 0.11-PRE of `py-falderal` mostly implements.
8 This document is a *draft*. It is nominally "version 0.11" because it
9 describes something that version 0.11 of `py-falderal` mostly implements.
1010 We will deign to note which sections of this document the current released
1111 version of `py-falderal` implements, and which it does not. However,
1212 this document is a work in progress, subject to change, and subject to get