>>>> "Sean" == Sean MacLennan
Sean> Also, I noticed that the regexp tests need a lot of
Sean> additions. Just in the \b case, only certain boundry
Sean> conditions are checked, not that it works.
I checked what I could think of at the time. There's no reason not to
add more if you can think of them.
Sean> Also, there are no tests for \B which is tightly bound to
Sean> \b. If you work on \b there is a good chance you will break
Not if you do it the way I did, fixing the bug with changes restricted
to the compound statement controlled by the `wordbound:' label.
But it's probably a good idea to add them.
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