[TxMt] Re: Python bundle syntax highlighting bug
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Wed Aug 15 06:49:53 UTC 2007
On Aug 15, 2007, at 12:25 AM, Jay Soffian wrote:
> On Aug 14, 2007, at 9:18 PM, Alex Ross wrote:
>> So, we have five options:
>> 1. Match all raw strings unambiguously as regular expressions. We
>> will sometimes have false-positives.
>> 2. Match raw strings that are arguments to methods from the re
>> module. We will sometimes not match raw strings that are regular
>> expressions, but can be pretty well guaranteed to never have a
>> 3. Require some prefix to a raw string to "turn on" regular
>> expression matching. This has an extremely high probability of
>> removing false-positives and false-negatives, but at the cost of
>> additional CRUFT.
>> 4. A combination of 2. and 3. Match raw strings that are
>> arguments to re.compile and raw strings prefixed with (?#) as
>> regular expressions, but no others.
>> 5. Don't match re's at all.
> My vote would be for 4, but I'll add two more options:
I'll go for 4 as well ...
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