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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 :-(
> John.
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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
C:\Users\John\Downloads\!Software\Boost C
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.

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