zappathustra at free.fr
Sun Jan 1 10:32:34 CET 2012
Reinhard Kotucha <reinhard.kotucha at web.de> a écrit:
> Hi Taco,
> though luatex isn't frozen yet, I think that many people are using it
> already and drastic changes are not desirable.
> There is one thing which could probably be improved without breaking
> existing scripts, as far as I can see:
> string.explode(foo, ' +')
> expects that ' ' is a space token (ASCII 0x20). Is it possible to
> change string.explode() so that ' ' can be either a space token (ASCII
> 0x20) or a tabulator (ASCII 0x09) without breaking existing scripts?
By definition, this would break those scripts that use string.explode()
expecting spaces aren't tabs. Personally, I wouldn't mind if the function
was modified in order to understand regular expressions, although that
would quite clearly be incompatible with previous behavior.
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