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[matthias@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Re: pcre-module]
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- From: Clint Adams <clint@xxxxxxx>
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- Subject: [matthias@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Re: pcre-module]
- Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 21:04:42 -0400
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----- Forwarded message from Matthias Kopfermann <matthias@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> -----
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 23:16:05 +0200
From: Matthias Kopfermann <matthias@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Clint Adams <schizo@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: pcre-module
On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 02:32:57PM -0400, You wrote:
> > if i see correctly that is possible with the 4.2 version? (correct?)
> > and - if that is possible - is it documented?
> It's currently possible to do this:
> if [[ value -pcre-match pattern ]]; then
Thx for telling me. I hope to see that one in the manual soon :)
> Any perlre backreferences in the pattern will go into the $match array.
> I thought I had written documentation for it, but perhaps I was
This one is in the manual. the one with "-pcre-match" does _not_
match in the manual :)
Or it was described in such a way that I did not see it, thx for
telling me again.
As Bart is busy (I told him), there is a _serious_ - I guess so, but I am
not quite sure- bug in zsh that I found out today:
Its with the prompt variable %v.
I tried `print -P %-10v' and i got a segfault on all 4.x
versions, perhaps with 3.1.9, too ? whether debian or not ,it
always crashes even without any .zshrc in the debian-stable whereever.
in #zsh i had the same reaction told, too.
My gdb on linux/intel tells me with the core-dump:
#0 0x080bbbb4 in niceztrlen (s=0x0) at utils.c:3011
#1 0x080aac89 in stradd (d=0x0) at prompt.c:728
#2 0x080aa771 in putpromptchar (doprint=1, endchar=0) at prompt.c:583
#3 0x080a9450 in promptexpand (s=0x400185b0 "%-20v", ns=0, rs=0x0, Rs=0x0)
#4 0x0805bd32 in bin_print (name=0x40018580 "print", args=0xbffff324,
ops=0xbffff360, func=13) at builtin.c:3238
#5 0x08052f85 in execbuiltin (args=0x40018550, bn=0x80cd710) at builtin.c:440
#6 0x08068d46 in execcmd (state=0xbffff6f0, input=0, output=0, how=18,
last1=2) at exec.c:2414
#7 0x080657dc in execpline2 (state=0xbffff6f0, pcode=131, how=18, input=0,
output=0, last1=0) at exec.c:1276
#8 0x08064d30 in execpline (state=0xbffff6f0, slcode=5122, how=18, last1=0)
#9 0x080646a3 in execlist (state=0xbffff6f0, dont_change_job=0, exiting=0)
#10 0x080643cd in execode (p=0x400184f0, dont_change_job=0, exiting=0)
#11 0x0807a636 in loop (toplevel=1, justonce=0) at init.c:165
#12 0x0807cdf4 in zsh_main (argc=1, argv=0xbffff7e4) at init.c:1274
#13 0x080525ee in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffff7e4) at main.c:93
Please pass it to the developerslist.
I will subscribe there soon. I find too many things to only pass that on :)
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