Commit c17f3b86 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz
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* NEWS: Document recent changes.

parent 0b21af58
New in spot 1.0.1a (not released):
* Nothing yet.
* New features:
- the on-line ltl2tgba.html interface can output deterministic or
non-deterministic monitors. However, and unlike the ltl2tgba
command-line tool, it doesn't different output formats.
* Bug fixes:
- 'ltl2tgba --high' is documented to be the same as 'ltl2tgba',
but by default ltl2tgba forgot to enable LTL simplifications based
on language containment, which --high do enable. There are now
enabled by default.
- the on-line ltl2tgba.html interface failed to output monitors,
testing automata, and generalized testing automata due to two
issues with the Python bindings. It also used to display
Testing Automaton Options when the desired output was set to Monitor.
- bench/ltl2tgba would not work in a VPATH build.
- a typo caused some .dir-locals.el configuration parameters to be
silently ignored by emacs
- improved Doxygen comments for formula_to_bdd, bdd_to_formula,
and bdd_dict.
- src/tgbatest/ltl2tgba (not to be confused with src/bin/ltl2tgba)
would have a memory leak when passed the conflicting option -M
and -O. It probably has many other problems. Do not use
src/tgbatest/ltl2tgba if you are not writing a test case for
Spot. Use src/bin/ltl2tgba instead.
New in spot 1.0.1 (2013-01-23):
......@@ -97,7 +119,7 @@ New in spot 1.0 (2012-10-27):
The former test versions of genltl and randltl have been removed
from the source tree. The old version of ltl2tgba with its
gazillion options is still is src/tgbatest/ and is meant to be
gazillion options is still in src/tgbatest/ and is meant to be
used for testing only. Although ltlcross is meant to replace
LBTT, we are still using both tools in this release; however this
is likely to be the last release of Spot that redistributes LBTT.
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