Jonathan Rusert
and 1 contributors


CHANGES - Revision history for WordNet::Extend


Version 0.030 (Released 10/13/2016)


Fixed insertion error causing command line 'wn' to seg fault.


Fixed error preventing user from inserting multiple new lemmas at once.

Version 0.020 (Released 09/29/2016)


Fixed documentation for Extend, Insert, and Locate.


Added new error check for Insert to make sure the user is not specifying a non existing lemma for a location.


Added new revertLastChange() function which allows the user to take back only the most recent insert.

Version 0.014 (Released 09/19/2016)


Added pod for README and Changes.


Fixed synopsis example to allow user to copy and paste right out of the box.


Separated the insert functionality from the locate functionality. Insert exists in and locate in This results in WordNet::Insert becoming WordNet::Extend.


Added attach() and merge() function into which inserts lemma into specified location in WordNet. The old insert() function, which locates where they should be inserted, has been changed to locate(). insertFile() has also been changed to locateFile().


Added test case for inserting item into WordNet.

Version 0.02 (Released 05/26/2016)


Fixed test file to properly use Test::More.

Version 0.01 (Released 05/24/2016)


  Ted Pedersen, University of Minnesota, Duluth
  tpederse at

  Jon Rusert, University of Minnesota, Duluth
  ruse0008 at


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