Release Notes: This release contains some fixes to the Javadoc parser (case-sensitivity issue) and to make it work in Windows environments. The unit tests have some improvements as well, and the object type "TYPE" is supported now (JavaDoc: @type).
Release Notes: Some minor fixes complete this major release: It fixes the cache purge (which caused the script to crash) as well as a minor problem with the syntax highlighter concerning HTML entitities. The sql.keywords list was extended for syntax highlighing. If you have already used a caching version of HyperSQL, your first run after this update should include the "--purge-cache=code" option for the highlighter changes to affect all your code.
Release Notes: Results should now be more correct, as the parser now ignores block comments. By default, it also ignores string contents now (you can configure this). And if you enable that feature, HyperSQL now can also detect local function/procedure calls. Moreover, two new JavaDoc tags (@wiki, @ticket) have been added, with configuration options for the corresponding base URLs - so you can directly link to the project's bug tracker and wiki. Having the URLs set up, HyperSQL will also scan JavaDoc text elements for ticket:123 and wiki:pagename to be turned into links.