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RE: [TSVN] C# regex (Was: [TSVN] Autocompletion list in the commit dialog)

From: Peter Mounce <petermounce_at_iml.co.uk>
Date: 2005-02-21 18:39:12 CET

> -----Original Message-----
> From: SteveKing [mailto:steveking@gmx.ch]
> Peter Mounce wrote:
> > A start on a CSharp regex (I'm quite the novice when it comes to
> > regex), built with a tool that uses the .NET regex library:
> >
> > (NOCASE) .cs =
> Is C# really case insensitive about variable names and
> keywords like 'public', 'protected', ...?

No. Correct. Oops.

> > (?:public|protected|private)\s+((\w+[\.]+)*(\w+)\s+)+(\w+)
> A test with this on some test C# files I have lying around
> shows that it also matches e.g. 'class', 'void', 'this', ...
> This is definitely not something we want in the autocompletion.

Mark II:

.cs =

It matches property indexers, for example:

public HandsetRow this[int index] {
        get {
               return ((HandsetRow)(this.Rows[index]));

will match "this".

On an auto-generated dataset C# file of about 80Kb, the benchmark returned
39seconds. On a C# windows form, 40Kb, it took 6seconds.

> Every string you see in the output window (except the empty
> lines) are added to the autocompletion.
> And no, we won't change those matches. I mean we're using
> regexes here so we don't have to do that.

Ah; I'd misunderstood the brief, then.

> > Can you change the test tool so it's resizable, please?
> It's just a test tool!
> But I've just uploaded a new version of it which doesn't
> print the empty lines anymore.

Cheers ;-)
Peter Mounce
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