- Hello All,
expression literals which contain any modifiers other than g and/or i.
So, for example, the following literal would not be highlighted
ECMA-262 edition 5.1 defines the flags in the syntax in §7.8.5 as
being any IdentifierPart, although it is currently limited to the
characters "g", "i", and "m" in §184.108.40.206. Mozilla also supports
a non-standard "y" modifier. I am not aware of any others.
The attached patch adds support for the "m" modifier.
I tried emailing this to Claudio Fleiner, who is listed as the current
maintainer in the file header 2 weeks ago, but since I haven't
received a response, I decided to follow-up here. I hope that is not
a severe breach of protocol.
Thanks for considering,
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