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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • From #p5p:

    17:21 <@audreyt> I need to sleep.
    17:21 <@audreyt> and here is my entry:
    17:21 <@audreyt> http://perlcabal.org/~audreyt/tmp/re-engine-y2k-0.01.tar.gz
    17:21 <@audreyt> enjoy :)
    17:21 <@dmq> i think you win. :-)
    • Ha! Hilarious. Ok, so you win. But I guess I should have been more specific about what I meant.

      So to clarify, to qualify for a prize you have to implement a real functional NON-PERL (language or core) regexp engine as a plug in.

      Meaning, PCRE, the TCL 4 engine, PGE....

      So the show ain't over folks! Theres still beer to be won.

      • Hi, I wonder what are the other dimensions to that metre...are they

        * of capillary size?

        * aproximately of a size corresponding to the cross-section of a monster bavarian mug? ...

        * not specified? ... which will make us ...well very drunk...(and AdamK poorer) Actually in Madrid where I live more and more people use m when then mean m**2 especially when they talk about appartments)

        I remember seeing mentioned in Jeffreys F. book that the latest engine of Henry Spencer (possibly used in >tcl8.4) w

        • Is there a special reason why you mention the tcl libraries, besides of looking for a proof of concept for your latest work.

          Because of the hoo-rahing that it got from Friedl. And because to the best of my knoweldge there are only a few C regexp engines up to the job, and the Tcl engine represents the one I know of that is furthest from what Perl itself does.

          With regards to the rest, either I dont know, or we will see later. :-)