|Re: Regular Expression Replacing Failed [message #479092 is a reply to message #479066]
||Sun, 09 August 2009 04:00
| YaoXing Zhang
Registered: July 2009
Sorry for the carelessness. I'm just a little bit confused by these long |
confusing professional words, since I'm also new to regular expression.
But that makes it even cooler, doesn't it? :)
Anyway, thanks for help!
On 2009/8/8 13:46, David Williams wrote:
> Yaoxing Zhang wrote:
>> I can find all the empty lines by using this expression, but if I do
>> replacement, nothing would happen. This seems to be happening only if
>> there's a positive lookahead zero-width assertion in the expression.
>> Has anyone met the same problem?
> Cool bug. Caught my attention, I reproduced, then searched bugzilla
> (Eclipse, Platform, Text) and found a bug already open:
> Looks like it was found a while back (and still not fixed) so you might
> comment/vote/follow that bug to let them know it effects you.
> Or ... provide a patch? :)
> Also ... since I'd never heard of positive lookahead zero-width
> assertions, I read up on them ... I learn so much looking at bugs ...
> and I think the example you posted here is a positive lookbehind example
> (but, I don't mean to detract from the coolness :)
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