text2num v1.1.0 released

Romuald Texier-Marcadé r.texiermarcade at allo-media.fr
Mon Oct 15 05:18:37 EDT 2018

What's new

- Support for swiss form *huitante*;
- support for expressions in the form *dix-sept cent quatre-vingt-neuf* 
that are often used for dates;
- improved documentation for the ``look_ahead`` helper function;
- more consistent exception when invalid value is passed as parameter
to `text2num` (fixes #7).

What's this

text2num: Parse and convert numbers written in French

We're glad to announce the release of version 1.0 of text2num,
the first Python library for parsing and converting numbers written
in French into their digit representation.

The parser is quite robust and is able to segment and convert number
expressions within a stream of words. It recognizes different flavor of
French, and parses ordinal numbers as well as decimals, integers and
number sequences (phone numbers, card numbers…).

The library is distributed under the MIT license.

Pypi: https://pypi.org/project/text2num/
Source: https://github.com/allo-media/text2num
Doc: http://text2num.readthedocs.io/

Romuald Texier-Marcadé

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