在 Sep 28, 2006 3:03 AM 時，Carl Mäsak 寫到：
Indeed... Though what I'm wondering is, is there a hidden
cost or design cost of making /<foo>+/ always behave such that
returns something, compared to the current treatment with the
Has this been settled or addressed off-list?
'fraid not yet...
Because from my perspective as one who has never used P6 rules for
in particular, but who in the future most likely will, the proposed
semantics seems a lot saner and more useful. It'd be sad to let pass
this opportunity to fix (what from my perspective appears to be) a
shortcoming of the rule semantics.
*nod* The lack of .from/.to is merely an annoyance, but the spaced-out
stringification is really, really surprising with /<foo>+/.