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Re^6: Thanks to Ikegami, Chromatic & Corion

by Logicus
on Nov 02, 2011 at 02:33 UTC ( #935270=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: Thanks to Ikegami, Chromatic & Corion
in thread Thanks to Ikegami, Chromatic & Corion

The escapes need to be the other way around!

my %escapes = ( '&lab;' => '<', '&rab;' => '>', '&lcb;' => '(', '&rcb;' => ')', '&lsb;' => '[', '&rsb;' => ']' );

I need a new escapes_re, because now it's simply destroying all the brackets!


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Re^7: Thanks to Ikegami, Chromatic & Corion
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 02, 2011 at 02:37 UTC

    I need a new escapes_re, because now it's simply destroying all the brackets!

    Eeeep!

      Oh, hello __YOU__, how are you?

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Re^7: Thanks to Ikegami, Chromatic & Corion
by Logicus on Nov 02, 2011 at 02:37 UTC

    Got it!

    my %escapes = ( '&lab;' => '<', '&rab;' => '>', '&lcb;' => '(', '&rcb;' => ')', '&lsb;' => '[', '&rsb;' => ']' ); my $escapes_re = qr/&[lr][acs]b;/; $aXML =~ s/($escapes_re)/$escapes{$1}/g;

      That won't work. you need to handle those sequences, <special> and <post_include> at the same time, not before (which would break "&lab;special>lab&lab;/special>") or after (which would break "<special>lab</special>"). I've covered what would work elsewhere.

        But I can't think of any reason at all that you would need those sequences in the course of developing an aXML based system! They are pretty much for the plugins only, and the only use I've found for them so far is outputting complex litteral strings which contain aXML/Perl... a feature I've never needed until doing the PerlNights project.

        Look, why don't I email you over a copy of the the PerlNights build as it stands right now, and then you can have a look at a proper working aXML system that renders an output very similar to PerlMonks. Then you can see why I never really gave the specials much thought at all, because I never needed to.

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