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Re: no-matched back reference atom refer tailing byte in CP932

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Thanks, I ll look into it in a few days. -- The acknowledged parents of reengineering are Michael Hammer and James Champy. When I say they re the parents
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 23, 2013
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      Yasuhiro Matsumoto wrote:

      > :help /\@<!
      >
      > 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.
      >
      > https://gist.github.com/mattn/5010188

      Thanks, I'll look into it in a few days.

      --
      The acknowledged parents of reengineering are Michael Hammer and James Champy.
      When I say they're the "parents" I don't mean they had sex - and I apologize
      for making you think about it. I mean they wrote the best-selling business
      book _Reengineering the Corporation_, which was published in 1993.
      Businesses flocked to reengineering like frat boys to a drunken
      cheerleader. (This analogy wasn't necessary, but I'm trying to get my mind
      off that Hammer and Champy thing.)
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