parso 0.6.2-1 source package in Ubuntu

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parso (0.6.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * add 0002-python3.8-error-message-fix.patch from upstream repo,
    closes: 952207
  * Standards-version bumped to 4.5.0 (no other changes needed)

 -- Piotr Ożarowski <email address hidden>  Mon, 16 Mar 2020 10:59:10 +0100

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Binary packages built by this source

python-parso-doc: documentation for the parso Python library

 This package provides documentation for parso

python3-parso: Python parser that supports error recovery - Python 3.X

 Parso is a Python parser that supports error recovery and round-trip parsing
 for different Python versions (in multiple Python versions). Parso is also able
 to list multiple syntax errors in your Python file.
 .
 Parso has been battle-tested by jedi. It was pulled out of jedi to be useful
 for other projects as well.
 .
 Parso consists of a small API to parse Python and analyse the syntax tree.
 .
 A simple example:
 .
  >>> import parso
  >>> module = parso.parse('hello + 1', version="3.6")
  >>> expr = module.children[0]
  >>> expr
  PythonNode(arith_expr, [<Name: hello@1,0>, <Operator: +>, <Number: 1>])
  >>> print(expr.get_code())
  hello + 1
  >>> name = expr.children[0]
  >>> name
  <Name: hello@1,0>
  >>> name.end_pos
  (1, 5)
  >>> expr.end_pos
  (1, 9)
 .
 To list multiple issues:
 .
  >>> grammar = parso.load_grammar()
  >>> module = grammar.parse('foo +\nbar\ncontinue')
  >>> error1, error2 = grammar.iter_errors(module)
  >>> error1.message
  'SyntaxError: invalid syntax'
  >>> error2.message
  "SyntaxError: 'continue' not properly in loop"