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digitallinguistics/scription: v0.3.0

Daniel W. Hieber

CHANGE: The interlinear gloss schema is now inferred from the first utterance in a text. The \schema backslash code is no longer needed. If the first utterance contains only backslash codes, it is not treated as data, just as as schema.

CHANGE: Language abbreviations for translations, glosses, and notes are now required to be valid ISO language tags. (For transcriptions, however, valid ISO tags are recommended but not required).

CHANGE: The note (\n) line is now structured as follows: {source} ({language}): {text}.

CHANGE: Require the speaker line (\sp) to be a valid DLx abbreviation.

CHANGE: Improve wording and clarity throughout the specification.

DOCS: Clarify that the gloses line (\gl) may be in multiple languages.

DOCS: Clarify that quotes may be used in translations for reported speech.

TYPO: incorrect phonemic slashes

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