On 4/3/18 9:23 PM, yangyajing wrote:
> I don't think it should check for '[:', but it should check if the
> pattern is defined in the charclass even if the pattern does not have a
> multibyte character.
I'll add something so that the code only falls back to the single-byte
matcher if there is a potentially (since these things can always be fooled)
unrecognized character class. The single-byte code only handles a small
set of character class names, and you can check for those quickly. Much
faster than calling wctype for everything -- just assume that anything
that doesn't have one of the single-byte char class names is a locale-
specific character class.
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