GitHub user thygesen opened a pull request:

    OPENNLP-989: NameFinderSequenceValidator should not return true for CONT following a START of a different name type

    Added same check as found in BilouNameFinderSequenceValidator.
    If outcome is CONT and previous was CONT or START then compare name types as part of the validation.

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    This closes #126
commit 40d96d297a028b41c2f1ceb4c5c91b7ac5ac9de1
Author: Peter Thygesen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date:   2017-02-15T21:11:08Z

    Fixed OPENNLP-989 START followed by CONT will compare name types

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