From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-12-31 14:35:58
At 06:53 AM 12/31/2003, John Maddock wrote:
>> When I rebuild the inspect program yesterday (using VC++ 7.1), it
>> to incorrectly report some files as unlinked even though they really
>> Here is an example of one of the missed links:
>> <td><a href=
>> A dump of the file shows the line endings are cr/nl.
>> The regex that used to find this OK is:
>> boost::regex url_regex(
>> "(?:A\\s+[^>]*HREF|FRAME\\s+SRC)" // A HREF or FRAME SRC
>> boost::regbase::normal | boost::regbase::icase);
>> Any ideas?
>There haven't been any regex changes that would affect that in a long
>while, and as the test program below demonstrates it does find the
>match you expect in this case, so the error must be somewhere else,
Duh! I should have tested further before bothering you. The problem was
actually the change in the filesystem library that now requires paths to be
explicitly normalized. Regex was working fine.
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