From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-28 04:53:39
>> Nope, my pet hate at present is http://tinyurl.com/jqe7j where the
>> results from one test (an expected failure, marked up) are being
>> listed under a completely different test :-(
> Argh :-(
> John, while you are here, I saw that you didn't reply about
> identifying min/max guideline violations in comments being difficult
> via regexes. That made me think twice, as I supposed it was pretty
> easy to do with sub_matches or alternation. The basis seems to be
> "//.*$" for single-line comments and "/\*.*?\*/" for multi-line ones.
> What am I missing? :-)
Actually not much, try "//[^\n\r]*" for single lines though.
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