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Update JSDoc grammar with recent additions #532

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Alhadis commented Sep 21, 2017

This PR updates the JSDoc grammar with new tags added in v3.5.0, and also fixes a few omissions for Closure Compiler related stuff.

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  • [7c0699f2e] Add @polymer and @polymerBehavior JSDoc tags
  • [6685c1a9c] Allow curly brackets to be used in some JSDoc tags
  • [1524164e5] Add support for JSDoc 3.5.0 tags

Alhadis added some commits Sep 21, 2017

Add `@Polymer` and `@polymerBehavior` JSDoc tags
These tags are used for marking objects with Polymer-specific semantics.
Used by Closure Compiler when executed with `--polymer_pass=2`.

Allow curly brackets to be used in some JSDoc tags
Closure Compiler permits or requires curly brackets around {Type} tokens
that follow certain JSDoc tags. Specifically:

     * @export {SomeType}
     * @extends {goog.ds.BasicNodeList}
     * @Lends {objectName}
     * @Modifies {this}
     * @this {Widget}

Add support for JSDoc 3.5.0 tags
This adds support for the @Generator, @yield, and @hideconstructor tags:

    class CompleteExample {

        /** @hideconstructor */
        constructor() { }

         * Generate numbers in the Fibonacci sequence.
         * @Generator
         * @yields {Number} The next number in the Fibonacci sequence.
        * fibonacci(){
            yield 41.999999999;


@50Wliu 50Wliu merged commit d929689 into atom:master Sep 21, 2017

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