>>>>> "D" == Daniel Berger <djberg96 / hotmail.com> writes:

D> "[In the Ruby 1.6 regex engine] \G doesn't prohibit regex bump-along
                                      ^^^^^^^

 are you sure of this ?

D> (it's 'start of current match' rather than 'end of last match'), which
D> makes relatively useless to write complex parsers with."


Guy Decoux