On 16 Oct 2005 03:46:25 -0000, David Formosa (aka ? the Platypus) <
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> On Fri, 14 Oct 2005 08:38:55 +0200, Peter Makholm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Yesterday I spend some hours getting pugs to understand
> > translitterations with multiple ranges in each pair. E.g.
> > "foobar".trans( "a-z" => "n-za-n" );
> > By accident I tested something like:
> > "foobar".trans( ['a' .. 'z'] => "n-za-m" );
> > and it didn't work.
> It's a bug. When Pugs gets anyhashes that bug will go away. Can you
> add it in to the errors.
> Please excuse my spelling as I suffer from agraphia. See
> http://dformosa.zeta.org.au/~dformosa/Spelling.html to find out more.
> Free the Memes.
Actually its been fixed already. Of course i think the whole thing was then
broken again, i was planning on checking it out sometime tonight after
someone else figures out the current $?SELF being undeclared bug. ;) BTW it
doesn't need any hash i just needed pairs which it had for about an hour
before things changed again. lol. so is development on pugs I guess, here
today, gone tomorrow, back again another day.