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Subject: [pcre-dev] [Bug 2357] Bus error crash is observed in libpcre JIT test code (pcre_jit_test) on x32 (X86-64 && __ILP32__ ) platform.
https://bugs.exim.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2357

Mehmet gelisin <mehmetgelisin@???> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from Mehmet gelisin <mehmetgelisin@???> ---
Hello,

The contact page here http://www.compilatori.com/ specified that I should open
a bug in the PCRE bug repository if I had a feature request.

I would like some information on whether there is some initiative to implement
equivalents of sed and awk with PCRE/PCRE2. http://www.acpirateradio.co.uk/

I started to use pcre2grep on my Linux systems at home and at work and I would
also want to replace sed and awk with an equivalent command that uses the
PCRE/PCRE2 regex engine. http://www.logoarts.co.uk/

If nothing is being developed in that respect, then, can someone provide me
with a suggestion on which tools I can use on Linux/*BSD systems that would
allow me to use PCRE/PCRE2 ? Implementations in any programming language or any
binary/program are welcomed.
http://www.slipstone.co.uk/
It's 2019. I don't want to use GNU BRE or ERE, nor some weird regex flavours
that different programming languages use. I want to have PCRE2 support on the
command line. http://embermanchester.uk/

Thanks for your time

Hello,

The contact page http://connstr.net/ here specified that I should open a bug
in the PCRE bug repository if I had a feature request.

I would like some information on whether there is some initiative to implement
equivalents of sed and awk with PCRE/PCRE2.
http://joerg.li/
I started to use pcre2grep on my Linux systems at home and at work and I would
also want to replace sed and awk with an equivalent command that uses the
PCRE/PCRE2 regex engine.
http://www.wearelondonmade.com/
If nothing is being developed in that respect, then, can someone provide me
with a suggestion on which tools I can use on Linux/*BSD systems that would
allow me to use PCRE/PCRE2 ? Implementations in any programming language or any
binary/program are welcomed.

It's 2019. I don't want to use GNU BRE or ERE, nor some weird regex flavours
that different programming languages use. I want to have PCRE2 support on the
command line. http://www.jopspeech.com/

Thanks for your time

Hello,

The contact page here specified that I should open a bug in the PCRE bug
repository if I had a feature request.

I would like some information on whether there is some initiative to implement
equivalents of sed and awk with PCRE/PCRE2.
https://waytowhatsnext.com/
I started to use pcre2grep on my Linux systems at home and at work and I would
also want to replace sed and awk with an equivalent command that uses the
PCRE/PCRE2 regex engine.

If nothing is being developed in that respect, https://www.webb-dev.co.uk/
then, can someone provide me with a suggestion on which tools I can use on
Linux/*BSD systems that would allow me to use PCRE/PCRE2 ? Implementations in
any programming language or any binary/program are welcomed.
http://www.iu-bloomington.com/

It's 2019. I don't want to use GNU BRE or ERE, nor some weird regex flavours
that different programming languages use. I want to have PCRE2 support on the
command line. http://www-look-4.com/

Thanks for your time

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