Matthew R Dempsky writes:
> On Mon, Oct 23, 2006 at 08:25:13AM +0200, Michael Sperber wrote:
>> Yes, this has come up before. OpenBSD's regexps, for some reason,
>> don't seem to allow characters above the ASCII range.
This is also the case with the regexp library shipped with Cygwin. As
I remember it is also documented somewhere in the sources, maybe in
the README file.
I tracked the problem down to this change in scsh/rx/parse.scm, in the
@@ -709,7 +714,7 @@
(values loose ranges)))))
- (let lp ((i 127) (from #f) (to #f) (loose '()) (ranges '()))
+ (let lp ((i 255) (from #f) (to #f) (loose '()) (ranges '()))
(if (< i 0)
(add-range from to loose ranges)
I've not found any evil effects after reverting this one change some
months ago (dreimal klopfen auf den Kopf!).
Emílio C. Lopes