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4.4.0: January 1, 2018:

  • Updated Visual Studio extension to VS2017

4.3.1: December 29, 2017:

  • Fixed #19: Regex matches broken

4.3: March 29, 2016:

  • Now supports passing arbitrary patterns as rule arguments.

4.1: June 30, 2015:

  • Now supports simple regular expressions in rule bodies.

4.0: June 23, 2015:

  • Refactored for Visual Studio 2015.
  • No longer tries to automatically install the Visual Studio Extension.

3.8: September 25, 2014:

  • Numerous bug-fixes and tweaks to the NuGet package.

3.2: October 22, 2013:

  • Memoization of left-recursive productions more memory efficient (thanks to pragmatrix)
  • Plugin now installs in VS 2013.

3.0: April 9, 2013: VS 2012 and NuGet package.

  • Now set up to build with Visual Studio 2012.
  • Now distributed as a NuGet package.

2.3: February 27, 2012: Combining parsers.

  • Made generated code more general so it is now possible to combine parsers by inheritance or encapsulation.
  • Added the ability to use anonymous object literals in rules. They match by comparing their public properties with the input object's properties.
  • Fixed a bug where string and char literals were not correctly handled in parsers whose input was not of type char.

2.2: February 21, 2012: Miscellaneous bug fixes.

  • Fixed an off-by-one error in input enumerables.
  • Now compiles with Mono.

2.1: July 1, 2011: Much refactoring, miscellaneous bug fixes.

  • Better error handling.
  • Added IronMeta.Matcher.CharMatcher.Input() and IronMeta.Matcher.CharMatcher.Trimmed() for more convenient string handling.
  • Added min/max repeats syntax (e.g. 'a' {1, 3}).

2.0: December 4, 2010: Many internal improvements.

  • Removed general backtracking functionality in favor of strict PEG semantics only.
  • Changed from Warth et al's left-recursion to Sergio Queiroz de Medeiros's much simpler and more general one.
  • Massive speedup.

1.4: July 18, 2009: Bug fixes and samples.

  • Fixed a bug when passing rules in a base class to another rule.
  • Added a sample that parses a data file and produces an XmlDocument.

1.3: June 2, 2009: Optimization pass.

  • IronMeta is now about an order of magnitude faster.
  • Fixed a bug when handling C# string literals.

1.2: June 1, 2009: Bug fixes and miscellaneous enhancements.

  • Added a simple interactive shell to the Calc program.
  • Fixed a bug that caused redundant evaluation of involved rules.
  • Fixed a bug with parsers that don't declare a base class.
  • Added "::=" as alternative to "=" for rules.
  • Changed condition operator to single question mark to conform to other OMetas.
  • C# object literals must be surrounded by curly braces.

1.1:

  • Can now handle IEnumerable literals (e.g. strings, for a matcher of characters).

1.0: May 16, 2009:

  • Initial release