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Updated readme for 0.3

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djspiewak committed Feb 21, 2017
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@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ Parseback is a Scala implementation of [parsing with derivatives](http://matt.mi
```sbt
resolvers += "bintray-djspiewak-maven" at "https://dl.bintray.com/djspiewak/maven"
val ParsebackVersion = "0.2.1"
val ParsebackVersion = "0.3"
libraryDependencies += "com.codecommit" %% "parseback-core" % ParsebackVersion
@@ -43,14 +43,12 @@ libraryDependencies += "com.codecommit" %% "parseback-scalaz-72" % ParsebackVers
libraryDependencies += "com.codecommit" %% "parseback-scalaz-71" % ParsebackVersion
```

The current, "stable" version of parseback is **0.2.1**. Cross builds are available for Scala 2.12 and 2.11. I say "stable" in scare-quotes because this should obviously be considered fairly experimental software. It's just barely stable enough that I'm willing to call it an "0.x" release.
The current, "stable" version of parseback is **0.3**. Cross builds are available for Scala 2.12 and 2.11.

All stable, numbered releases are signed with [my key](https://keybase.io/djspiewak).

Snapshots are intermittently available. All snapshots are of the form `[version]-[hash]`, where `[version]` is the *compatible* base version (i.e. the stable version with which the snapshot is compatible). If that base version is unreleased (i.e. a future release), then full compatibility with the ultimate release is not necessarily guaranteed. `[hash]` is a seven character prefix of the Git hash from which the snapshot release was made. Feel free to [make snapshots of your own!](#forks-and-releases).

Note that the Scalaz 7.1 artifact is only available in snapshots *after* hash `03b3d90`.

## Motivation

There are two important things that need to be motivated:

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