grammar---param-specs are now allowed to be compound names, so we no longer need weird legerdemain to make sure that you can set the label in a labelbox; just doing labelbox L(the_label.label = "foo") will work. Except this is nasty-looking, so I renamed some things so that it's now labelbox L(label.text = "foo") When labels get more complicated, we will also be able to do labelbox L(label.text = "foo", label.color = "red") etc. I left in "text" as an abbreviation for "label.text". I had to rewrite the labelbox-001 test to match this new style; labelbox-002 tests to make sure the old definition would still have worked.
…ailure in labelbox001! The big change is in lib/Chunk.pm; there was an honest-to-God bug in the definition of up_list. extends008 is a simpler test case for this same bug.
in t/labelbox001 was occurring. But it turns out that the parameter passing mechanism was just fine; the problem was that label.lino was wrong!
everything starting from "point" every time; instead, "box" includes hline and vline, which include line, which includes point.