[TxMt] [rev 469] where hass \t gone?
allan at macromates.com
Sat Sep 24 13:35:55 UTC 2005
On 24/09/2005, at 14.02, José Campos wrote:
>> I didn't keep the escape characters from previous syntax, except \n
Because majority of them really makes no sense. Like vertical tab,
>> -- let me know if I need to add others.
> At least you kept the Character classes?
This is the _replace_ string syntax.
>> Also, the new syntax btw also support \l and \u (for changing case
>> only of
>> first letter), where I think the old contains only \L and \U --
> \U \u \L or \l do not seem to work correctly in the "find" box
> work in the "replace" box)
Yes, I was speaking of the replace string syntax. The actual regexp
syntax is now that of Oniguruma , since that's the library I use
-- it means a few things are now gone, like these, but you can use
[[:upper:]] and [[:lower:]], conditions (in searches, not
replacements), \< and \> (but there's still \b), (?s) is now (?m), (?
R) recursion, but there's the (much better) subexp calls, and
probably a few more subtleties.
On the bright side there's also many advantages of Oniguruma, and
there was just no way I could find time to fix up my own regexp lib.
> And, in the older versions, when "Regular expression" was
> checked in
> the "Find options" box, the other choices ("Ignore case" and "Wrap
> around") were not available. In this version, they are. Is it a
Yes, it's in the release notes -- though wrap around was always
possible with regexps.
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