It's nice to see this, but it would be nicer still if it
was amenable to representations that weren't
just a slice of bytes (for example disk or network
backed files, or just something which made insertions
not O(n)). It seems like it might be possible
to use Regexp.FindReader* to avoid duplicating
the stdlib's regexp package.
On 8 August 2017 at 11:10, <as.u...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm sure this has been done already, but I thought I'd share my
> implementation of this here for anyone interested in using structural
> regular expressions in Go. It doesn't cover 100% of what Edit does in Acme,
> but its close enough that I can use the example program as a substitute to
> sed on Windows.
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