Release Notes: This release allows semicolons inside function declarations, fixes expressions before semicolons followed by function expressions not being taken into account in some cases, adds array declaration and array affectation expressions, makes the expressions cloneable, and adds a new combiner method allowing easy creation of an array expression.
Release Notes: This release adds the MOD function (a % b) and the ABS function. It makes sure that only ParserExceptions are thrown by the parser (other Exceptions that may be thrown are encapsulated).
Release Notes: This release adds the atn2 mathematical expression and improves results for ExpressionExporter with expressions like a + (-b) case, which are now exported as a - b.
Release Notes: This release fixes expressions like a*(-2) which were not parsed correctly and improves results for ExpressionExporter with expressions like +a (which are now exported as "a" rather than "+a") and expressions like a*(b) (which are now exported as "a * b" rather than "a * (b)").
Release Notes: Internally expressions obtained through add, substract, multiply, or divide methods are now simplified in the ExpressionCombiner. A bug where value types would be mistakenly defined as DYNAMIC for constants was fixed. Incorrect export of expressions like -e or +e (ADD or SUB without first expression) was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds several new methods in ExpressionCombiner to allow adding, substracting, multipling, and dividing two expressions easily. It fixes a bug which could appear in some cases in ExpressionExporter.
Release Notes: This release ensures that the Variable.getValue() method will never throw a NullPointerException, even if the Variable has no value yet.
Release Notes: This release fixes exporting expressions with associative operations with enclosed parenthesis. For example, the export of 1 + 2 + 3 is 1 + 2 + 3 (which is expected) and not (1 + 2) + 3 (which was correct but uselessly complex). It fixes the jar building keeping some HTML files.
Release Notes: This release adds utility methods in the util package to detect if an Expression is a Constant or a Variable. It adds new simplification patterns: now if two constants are combined in a numeric expression, the resulting Constant result is returned rather than the expression.
Release Notes: Some cases where the export of an ary expression under an unary operator did not enclose the expression under parenthesis were fixed.