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Update liblouis to version 3.10 #9678

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Summary of the issue:

Liblouis 3.10.0 has been released.

Description of how this pull request fixes the issue:

Updated the liblouis submodule and changed the readme. While there are added/renamed/removed tables, they are not used by NVDA.
Version 3.10 is no longer free of warnings. As the liblouis team doesn't seem to care much about being warning free for VC++, I've lowered the warning level to level 2, in which case everything builds again. For this, I was inspired by the espeak sonscript. However, the espeak sconscript used env.Append instead of env.Replace. I changed the espeak sconscript as well to avoid a command line warning due to both /W3 and /W0 provided on the command line.

Testing performed:

Tested from source, everything worked as expected. Also, unit tests.

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Change log entry:

  • Changes
    • Updated liblouis braille translator to version 3.10.0.
@michaelDCurran michaelDCurran merged commit d5ed95c into nvaccess:master Jun 6, 2019
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