[developers] CL-PPCRE 1.2.18

Eric Nichols eric-n at is.naist.jp
Mon Nov 6 13:54:22 CET 2006

Ah, that would explain it. I don't think either Francis or I are currently
the new preprocessing code at all. Currently we mainly use cheap for XML
RMRS ^_^ One day I would like to put together a nice test set for cheap so
that we can catch this kind of stuff earlier.


On 11/6/06, Ben Waldron <bmw20 at cl.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> Eric Nichols wrote:
> > Are PPCRE functions currently being used in PET? If not, that would
> > explain why
> > this problem wasn't noticed earlier. Even if the change does cause the
> > linker to
> > favor rmrs over PPCRE, this still doesn't sound like a permanent
> > solution. I think
> > I will continue to persue a solution on the ECL/PET side of things.
> I don't know why the problem wasn't noticed (or perhaps didn't occur?)
> earlier. PPCRE is used heavily in the preprocessor (activated via
> "-tok=fsr"). I don't use PET regularly, but when I last tested it with
> RMRS output (in the process of integrating the FSR preprocessor) I
> didn't observe the current problem. Most people will be using an
> official PET release, which will be older than the contents of the
> current SVN...
> Note also that something is broken in the current ERG with respect to
> cfrom/cto on EPs (the values get lost, at least when running under the
> LKB). I have no idea if this is relevant...
> - Ben

--Eric Nichols
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