Subject: Re: [boost] Named subexpressions using \k<name>
From: Chris Dragon (cdragon_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-11-04 11:07:06
On 11/4/2010 4:12 AM, John Maddock wrote:
>> Am I doing something wrong or have I found a bug? I'm using the
>> latest stable 1_44_0 release compiled from source in VC9 and I also
>> tried the pre-compiled library
>> The OS is Windows 7.
> You found a bug - it's been fixed in Trunk, and will be fixed in
> 1.45. As you note the alternative syntaxes for \k do work - basically
> there are so many different ways of doing the same thing that I missed
> that one :-(
> Unsubscribe & other changes:
Yeah, it's too bad too few of the regex libraries bothered to look at
eachother and use the same syntax...
I think I found another bug in that
libraries\boost_1_44_0\libs\regex> nmake -fvc9.mak
builds libraries with a -1_42 extension instead of a -1_44 extension. I
renamed one to 1_44 and it worked. Probably another case of too many
ways to do the same thing (compile).
Thanks for the quick reply!
-- Chris Dragon Dracoventions Software Developer of the 2empowerFM family of plug-ins for FileMaker® Pro and Server. cdragon_at_[hidden] www.dracoventions.com
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