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is it a bug?

Jens Kallup
good morning
i think, i have found a bug:

qi::lexeme[ '(' >>  *(('\\' >> qi::char_) | (qi::char_ - ']')) >> ']' ]
here '('  that combination works

but

qi::lexeme[ '[' >>  *(('\\' >> qi::char_) | (qi::char_ - ']')) >> ']' ]
does not work

Jens


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Re: is it a bug?

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On 09-12-16 09:45, Jens Kallup wrote:

> good morning
> i think, i have found a bug:
>
> qi::lexeme[ '(' >>  *(('\\' >> qi::char_) | (qi::char_ - ']')) >> ']' ]
> here '('  that combination works
>
> but
>
> qi::lexeme[ '[' >>  *(('\\' >> qi::char_) | (qi::char_ - ']')) >> ']' ]
> does not work

Jens, that doesn't tell us anything. What does it mean "does not work"
(I won't quote PB on this for nw)

Also. Isn't that just '(' vs. ']' mismatched.

Also, I am pretty sure I have seen this exact question before.



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Re: is it a bug?

Jens Kallup
Ok Seth,

I was missmatch, my custom skipper has entries for [ ].
So, I am sorry.

Jens


Am 09.12.2016 um 15:08 schrieb Seth:

> On 09-12-16 09:45, Jens Kallup wrote:
>> good morning
>> i think, i have found a bug:
>>
>> qi::lexeme[ '(' >>  *(('\\' >> qi::char_) | (qi::char_ - ']')) >> ']' ]
>> here '('  that combination works
>>
>> but
>>
>> qi::lexeme[ '[' >>  *(('\\' >> qi::char_) | (qi::char_ - ']')) >> ']' ]
>> does not work
> Jens, that doesn't tell us anything. What does it mean "does not work"
> (I won't quote PB on this for nw)
>
> Also. Isn't that just '(' vs. ']' mismatched.
>
> Also, I am pretty sure I have seen this exact question before.
>
>
>
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