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Re: ( Text in unknown character set UTF-8 not shown )
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- From: ZyX <zyx.vim@xxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: ( Text in unknown character set UTF-8 not shown )
- Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2010 20:41:34 +0300
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Reply to message «Re: ( Text in unknown character set UTF-8 not shown )»,
sent 10:17:21 23 December 2010, Thursday
by Bart Schaefer:
> I believe the reasoning is that double-quote is allowed to appear
> inside $'...' and to expand $'...' inside double-quotes creates a
> parsing conflict. "How does this $'with " embeded' parse?"
"How does this $'with " embeded' parse?"
"Just like this `with " embedded` parse."
There are no parsing conflicts here, but
> Because it doesn't in any of the shells that introduced it before
> zsh had it.
is legitimate enough for me because it helps porting scripts from/to zsh.
> } It's not, as far as I can tell, mentioned in the documentation.
> The documentation for zsh tends to omit things that are assumed
> knowledge, particularly when a concept or feature originates from
> another source -- because if you didn't already know about it from
> the original source, why did you even think to use it?
But when I worked in bash I knew nothing about $'...' (because I even did not
know where to find documentation to tweak my inputrc).
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