From: Karsten Sperling (karsten.sperling_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-24 07:10:36
Just a minor thing I noticed in the regex++ docs:
In match_flag_type.html it says that match_single_line is "Equivalent
to Perl's s/ modifier". That is wrong, match_single_line is actually
the inverse of Perl's /m modifier. Perl's /s causes "." to also match
newlines, making it the inverse of match_not_dot_newline.
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