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Mofi wrote:The match case issue is not a bug. This was discussed already at Replacing "[A-Z]" to "_[A-Z]".
Mofi wrote:For me it was always clear since I use UltraEdit (with UltraEdit style RegEx) that [A-Z] and [a-z] depends on the Match Case option and [A-Z] or [a-z] is equal with [A-Za-z] if Match Case is not active. You can see this also in the wordfile for the function strings. Case-sensitive languages use often [A-Za-z] where non case-sensitive languages has often only [A-Z].
But maybe IDM should really mention in the help about the regular expressions (UltraEdit, Unix and Perl) anywhere that the amount of characters found by [A-Z] or [a-z] depends on option Match Case.
Mofi wrote:But much more frustrating for you will be that in v12.10b a normal Find with Perl engine active does not find anything anymore when executed from within a macro. This is a new bug of v12.10b which I think makes most macros with PerlReOn not working anymore.
Example failing RegEx:
will convert: gswHELLO_THERE to gs_hello_there
PaoloFCantoni wrote:I've found some more anomalous behaviour in Perl RegExs... (v12.10b)
If I use the Perl RegEx above that works with a replace on the current file, it WON'T work if I scope it to "Open Files".
Can anyone confirm this too?