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[REBOL] Re: parsing html : is this correct ?

From: anton:lexicon at: 7-Jun-2002 3:30

Jose, Well done, you have discovered a bug in 'parse, I think. (It could also be 'remove ?). The following script shows the problem. Note that html and html2 are different by one character, the 'x' (although it doesn't seem to matter which character it is, just the length of the string.) html: {<script ------------------></script><script>I should be removed</script>} html2: {<script -----------x-------></script><script>I should be removed</script>} html rule: [ any [ (print "~~~ any block ~~~") to "<script" mark1: (?? mark1) thru "/script>" mark2: ( ?? mark2 remove/part mark1 mark2 ?? mark1 ) :mark1 (?? mark1) ] to end ] parse/all html rule prin "^/" parse/all html2 rule prin "^/" ?? html ?? html2 halt I would like to analyse this further before making a bug report to feedback. Better to have more information. Anybody have any comments about this? Anton.