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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      STYLE: remove bad edit in comment · 0f60cc92
      Mark Olesen authored
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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      ENH: detect excess tokens for "libs" entry (issue #762) · d571e523
      Mark Olesen authored
      - this addresses issue #843
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      ENH: improve infrastructure for detecting excess tokens (issue #762) · 511b3562
      Mark Olesen authored
      - Always used for optional dictionary entries, since these are individual
        values, and not meant to be embedded in a larger stream of tokens.
      
        Methods:
           - lookupOrDefault, lookupOrAddDefault, lookupOrDefaultCompat
           - readIfPresent, readIfPresentCompat
      
      - Handling mandatory dictionary entries is slightly more complex,
        since these may be part of larger stream of tokens, and are often
        used in a constructor context. For example,
      
            word modelType(dict.lookup("type"));
      
        Or they are used without a definite context. For example,
      
            dict.lookup("format") >> outputFormat;
      
        Newly introduced methods for mandatory dictionary entries:
           - get, getCompat
           - read, readCompat
      
        In a constructor or assignment context:
      
            word modelType(dict.get<word>("type"));
            outputFormat = dict.lookup("format");
      
        without copy/move (similar to readIfPresent):
      
            dict.read("format", outputFormat);
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