On 6/2/16 5:33 PM, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
On 6/2/16 5:27 PM, Steven Schveighoffer wrote:
On 6/2/16 5:21 PM, jmh530 wrote:
On Tuesday, 17 May 2016 at 14:06:37 UTC, Jack Stouffer wrote:
If you think there should be any more information included in the
article, please let me know so I can add it.
I was a little confused by something in the main autodecoding thread, so
I read your article again. Unfortunately, I don't think my confusion is
resolved. I was trying one of your examples (full code I used below).
You claim it works, but I keep getting assertion failures. I'm just
running it with rdmd on Windows 7.
import std.algorithm : canFind;
string s = "cassé";
assert(s.canFind!(x => x == 'é'));
If that é above is an e followed by a combining character, then you will
get the error. This is because autodecoding does not auto normalize as
well -- the code points have to match exactly.
Indeed. FWIW I just copied OP's code from Thunderbird into Chrome (on
OSX) and it worked: https://dpaste.dzfl.pl/09b9188d87a5
Should I assume some normalization occurred on the way?
I think it depends on what your browser presents. But impossible to tell
without being on the OP's machine to see what it's actually stored as.
Thunderbird may have normalized as well!