> Il giorno 03/nov/2015, alle ore 10:52, Wolfgang Jenkner <wjenk...@inode.at>
> ha scritto:
> On Tue, Nov 03 2015, Pedro Giffuni wrote:
>> What worries me about libtre is that it lacks important functionality like
>> delimiters. We even brought the sysv delimiters to be more compatible with
>> Solaris and GNU and we can’t back those out now:
> It supports \< and \> out of the box, cf.
> And the darwin patch mentioned above implements [[:<:]] and [[:>:]], see
> That patch also implements the REG_STARTEND flag for regexec(3), which
> is needed for vi.
> Also, tre provides wchar versions for regcomp(3) and friends, so that
> nvi wouldn't need its own private regex library anymore.
I only looked at it transitorily long ago, I noticed there was a big TODO
list and that the Apple patches were partially copyleft (APSL) so I
didn’t dig into it too much.
It certainly has to be evaluated.
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