On Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 04:22:41PM +0000, ph10@??? wrote: >
> Current development of PCRE is called PCRE2 (the 10.xx series of
> releases). I recommend that you upgrade to using a recent release if at
> all possible. I realize this is non-trivial, because the API has changed
> (that was the whole point of creating PCRE2).
ah, thanks - looks like I'm using the old pcre:
ii libpcre3:amd64 2:8.39-11
but the TESTING Debian contains the new one:
apt-cache showpkg libpcre2-dev
> PCRE1 (the 8.xx series) is obsolescent and the only forseen changes are
> major bugfixes, and I'm not expecting many (any?) of these now.
right, I'll upgrade it.
> latest release (8.42) has been out a year, and the next one (8.43) has
> just been released as a Release Candidate. Only 9 changes happened
> during that year, and my hope is that we are nearing the final release.
well, now I'm a littlebit confused: the PCRE1 (8.xx) libraries
called libpcre3, and the PCRE2 (10.xx) libraries called
> It has been four years since PCRE2 was released and I've forgotten a lot
> about how it works. I had to read the manual to remember how to set up
> the pcretest input, and I know that if I have to look at the code it
> will be almost like starting with a strange program. I do not think this
> is a sufficiently serious issue to spend time trying to find out why the
> output differs.
> I hope this helps.
yes, thanks again.
I'll try it with 10.32 - but if I understand correctly, this
"bug" will comes again, and the next release will be helped.
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