Re: no-matched back reference atom refer tailing byte in CP932
- Yasuhiro Matsumoto wrote:
> :help /\@<!Thanks, I'll look into it in a few days.
> Here is a test. "_" is cursor.  is double byte of CP932.
> @foo ... A
> bar@foo ... B
> @foo ... C
> If want to match A and C, pattern should be \w\@<!@\w\+
> But when tailing byte of  (meaning double byte of CP932) contains ASCII byte,
> A is not mached. One of the double byte character which occur this isssue is 0x81 0x67.
> Below is a patch. Please check and include.
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