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    • Maxime Perrotin's avatar
      Introduce syntax checking for antlr3/python3 · 30229480
      Maxime Perrotin authored
      In Python2 the syntax errors were reported as printf during the parsing,
      but it is different in Python3. To detect syntax errors it is now necessary
      to go recursively in the tree of nodes and look for errors after the antlr parser has completed.
      30229480
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    • Maxime Perrotin's avatar
      Improve copy/rename of states with nesting content · 038e2778
      Maxime Perrotin authored
      When a state is copy-pasted, and then renamed, the tool now checks if
      the copied state was nested. If so it makes a deep copy of the nested
      state at the time when it is renamed. This way the nested content is not
      lost and does not refer to the same nested state.
      038e2778
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