Re: [dcdev] On regex'es...
Todd Pederzani
2004-01-23 3:12
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[email protected] wrote:

Okay, how about http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/john_maddock/regexpp.htm, then: "This version supports the full POSIX syntax including multi-character collating elements and equivalence classes, as well as some of Perl's features like non-greedy repeats, forward lookahead asserts, and non-marking parenthesis."

It's part of the Boost C++ library.

Boost seems to have different segment under different licenses?  From what I've heard you (and others) say about boost, using it is probably a good thing.

The license seems fine too:

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Dr John Maddock

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- Todd
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