Copy Regexp objects
Regexp::Copy allows you to copy the contents of one Regexp object to another.
A problem that I have found with the qr// operator is that the Regexp objects
that it creates are is impossible to dereference. This causes problems if you
want to change the data in the regexp without losing the reference to it.
Its impossible. Regexp::Copy allows you to change the Regexp by copying one
object created through qr// to another.
Regexp::Copy(3pm)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioRegexp::Copy(3pm)
Regexp::Copy - copy Regexp objects
use Regexp::Copy qw( re_copy );
my $re1 = qr/Hello!/;
my $re2 = qr/Goodbye!/;
print "ok\n" if 'Goodbye!' =~ $re1;
"Regexp::Copy" allows you to copy the contents of one Regexp
libregexp-copy-perl (0.06-2+b1) unstable; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for i386; no source changes.
* rebuild against perl5.10
-- Debian/i386 Build Daemon <buildd_i386-ninsei> Fri, 02 May 2008 12:27:17 -0700
libregexp-copy-perl (0.06-2) unstable; urgency=low
[ gregor herrmann ]
* debian/control: Added: Vcs-Svn field (source stanza); Vcs-Browser
field (source st
+ made it work with Perl 5.8.1
+ okay, so maybe I didn't fix it. But I did this time m'kay.
+ we were getting a strange warning that was fixed by ensuring
Regexp::Storable created an empty regexp if there wasn't one
present in $thaw.
+ fixed bug that meant the magic data structures were getting
longer and longer. We mg_free all of that data away now
This is the debian package for the Regexp::Copy module.
It was created by Krzysztof Krzyzaniak (eloy
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