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Im not so convinced that its not appropriate to compare the two. I just think its inappropriate to do such a limited comparison, without showing your data, and then derive such grandiose claims from it.

Id like to a see a comprehensive comparison of the various regex engines out there. One that includes all the features that all of the engines can handle, so you tell which engine does what.


In reply to Re^2: Benchmarks aren't everything by demerphq
in thread Benchmarks aren't everything by tilly

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