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Analyzed 12 months ago. based on code collected 12 months ago.
May 11, 2015 — May 11, 2016
Commit Message Contributor Files Modified Lines Added Lines Removed Code Location Date
Regexp would not match certain multiline strings. Anon32 More... over 9 years ago
Abandoned paring strategy. Now generate capture flags directly via the parser. Anon32 More... over 9 years ago
Loading changes to work as Rails plugin. Anon32 More... over 9 years ago
Added support for PROPERTY_INIT Javascript pairs. Anon32 More... over 9 years ago
Work on parsing out values of matched elements. Anon32 More... over 9 years ago
Reworked matching algorithms. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Pare out %STRING from MatchExpression Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Test %STRING MatchExpression pare. Doesn't work yet. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Test for %PROPERTY_INIT search expression replacement. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Mistake, this should not be in here. No such conversion will take place. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Test for more Javascript syntax handling behaviors Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Test for element matching in various nesting contexts. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Satisfy test that javascript null should be returned as native Ruby nil more aggressively. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Satisfy test that javascript null should be returned as native Ruby nil. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Satisfy test that strings should be returned as unquoted native Ruby strings. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Tests for expected JavascriptParser parsing behavior on basic types. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
SyntaxError is a proper error class now, JavascriptParser tests expect correct error. Added a couple of simple Javascript formatting test cases. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Initial README. More to come. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Tests for MatchExpression initialization forms. Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago
Tests for some matching behavior. More strict type enforcement for initialization Anon32 More... almost 10 years ago