Instead of embedding the information into the tag itself, you can put it as 
static information on the cohort, a'la:
"<$.>" PUNT_PUNT#7824-7824#p47#

That is, the wordform followed by a space and then any tags you want. The 
caveat is that the tags will be visible to rules, but if they're esoteric 
enough then it won't matter.

But yes, you can also use regex for delimiters, if you so desire.

-- Tino Didriksen

On Monday, 19 September 2016 17:55:38 UTC+2, JOSE MARIA ARRIOLA wrote:
> Hi,
> After being exploring the differences between the application of the 
> grammar by itself and the grammar inside of the module for tagging. We have 
> observed a problem just inside the module of tagging. The thing is that 
> there are  some offset marks that are included with the delimiters, for 
> instance:
> *"<$.>"<PUNT_PUNT#7824-7824#p47#>"* instead of   "<$.>"<PUNT_PUNT>"
> *#7824-7824#p47#* tag includes information about line number and 
> paragraph number. The problem is that we get the following message:
> *Warning:* Hard limit of 500 cohorts reached at line 2.219 - forcing
> break.
> It is due to the fact that the delimiters are not recognized.  We define 
> the delimiters in our grammar in a static way. Is it possible to define the 
> delimiters by means of a regular expression?
> Thank you,
> Jose Mari Arriola

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