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Re: possible 'is-at-least' bug?
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- From: "Benjamin R. Haskell" <zsh@xxxxxxxxxx>
- To: TJ Luoma <luomat@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: possible 'is-at-least' bug?
- Date: Sat, 5 Dec 2015 01:29:46 -0500
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On Fri, Dec 4, 2015 at 6:45 PM, TJ Luoma <luomat@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks to a recent tip from the list, I've started using 'is-at-least' to
> compare version numbers.
> However, I seem to have found a situation/edge case where it does not seem
> to work.
> I am trying to compare version numbers of software, in this case ImageOptim
> for the Mac.
`is-at-least` isn't intended to be that general. From `man zshall`:
is-at-least needed [ present ]
Perform a greater-than-or-equal-to comparison of two strings having
format of a zsh version number; that is, a string of numbers and text
segments separated by dots or dashes.
To do so would require a great deal more complexity. It'd probably be a
better check for a package manager (where the version strings can be
limited to a specific format).
The version I have installed is '1.6.1a1' where the 'a' is for 'alpha'
> There is a newer version '1.6.1b2' where the 'b' is for 'beta'
> autoload is-at-least
> is-at-least "$LATEST_VERSION" "$INSTALLED_VERSION"
For this specific case, the following seems reasonable:
'(#b)' in a pattern activates back references
'##' is the equivalent of '+' in most regular expression libraries
I think both of those require 'EXTENDED_GLOB'
The `~` in $~alpha means treat the contents of $alpha as a pattern, not
just a string to match
The $match is the parenthesized group in the match (so, a string of
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