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Pierre Carbonnelle
tests of prefixed predicates in expressions
Pierre Carbonnelle
deal with missing employee document
Pierre Carbonnelle
disable incorrect assert
Pierre Carbonnelle
fix "subscript out of range" error with in-line conjunctive queries
Pierre Carbonnelle
simplify resolver for diploma
Pierre Carbonnelle
Mongo.py example shows combined SQLite and Mongo query
Pierre Carbonnelle
create Base first
Pierre Carbonnelle
Fix import in console.py.
Pierre Carbonnelle
test of calculated field.
Pierre Carbonnelle
reverse the order of presentation and update for version 0.11
Pierre Carbonnelle
Added tag 0.11.1 for changeset b961c21fb66b
Pierre Carbonnelle
move console.py to examples directory too.
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0.11.1
Pierre Carbonnelle
include examples in distribution.
Pierre Carbonnelle
include examples in distribution. Move test.py to Examples directory
Pierre Carbonnelle
version 0.11.1
Pierre Carbonnelle
move test_of_performance.py to Examples directory
Pierre Carbonnelle
import
Pierre Carbonnelle
import
Pierre Carbonnelle
Recognize range in python 3.
Pierre Carbonnelle
Remove unnecessary columns in ask() result (except for simple equality).
Pierre Carbonnelle
SQLAlchemy queries use the latest, in-session, data
Pierre Carbonnelle
Negated literal can now have unbound variables : ~p(X). These variables are left in an undefined state and should not be used further in a clause.
Pierre Carbonnelle
can now retract clause, using - (clause).
Pierre Carbonnelle
Raise error if some Mixin's instances have an attribute missing
Pierre Carbonnelle
simplify OK(X1, N, X2) for better performance
Pierre Carbonnelle
fix comparison of inherited functions.
Pierre Carbonnelle
Use WeakSet for Mixin's instance registry; adapt python resolvers accordingly.
Pierre Carbonnelle
Support for 'not in' operator.
Pierre Carbonnelle
remove unnecessary columns from result of in-line queries
Pierre Carbonnelle
move the examples to a separate directory. Use "from pyDatalog import pyDatalog" instead of "import pyDatalog"
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