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Re: Three-Line service comments

From: Adrian Phillips
Subject: Re: Three-Line service comments
Date: 03 Aug 2001 07:30:46 +0200
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>>>>> "Tim" == Tim Auckland <address@hidden> writes:

    Tim> Please could you give me an example?  I've tried just
    Tim> embedding $(n) in a search string or regexp and it doesn't
    Tim> seem to help.

    Tim> I'm trying to delete the three lines:

    Tim> # # GNATS #

    Tim> This doesn't find any matches: DeleteLinesContaining "#$(n)#
    Tim> GNATS$(n)#"

    Tim> This matches, but only deletes one line out of the three:

    Tim>       DeleteLinesMatching "(#$(n))*# GNATS($(n)#)*"

I tried this myself and couldn't get it to work, so I checked the
source and it seems to be that all of these matching routines match
against each individual line which of course means that multi-line
matches can't work, but its quite likely that I'm missing
something. Mark ?



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