On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 03:08:38PM -0400, Peter Schwenn wrote:
> Still it would be more straightforward to have something like
> $layn ~~ s:g/ (\W) [[RMA\.]? OpenNURBS\.]? I? On (<[2..4]>) dPoint
> and have a more perl6-built-in way of getting hold of the /replacement/ and
> the count.
If it's :g, then wouldn't it be "replacement*s*"?
The real question to me is whether this is a common enough use case to
warrant the overhead of saving the replacement string(s) for every
s// , or if doing it via closure is sufficient (if a little ugly, but
IMO it's okay for rare to be a little ugly if it means common remains