Re: AW: WG: mhn2mbox - A MhonArc to "mbox" Converter

2001-08-30 13:40:32
On August 30, 2001 at 11:30, anthonyw wrote:

1. I ran a program like this:
mhn2mbox-0.36 . mbox.out

and I had such info:

/^\s*([\w-\./]+)/: false [] range "\w-" in regexp at /usr/lib/perl5/site_pe
rl/5.6.0/ line 842.
/&([\w-.]+);/: false [] range "\w-" in regexp at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5
.6.0/ line 700.
/&([\w-.]+);/: false [] range "\w-" in regexp at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5
.6.0/ line 703.
MHonArc initialized.
Reading ..
working on: ./msg00000.html

what does it mean ?

This we have to ask Earl to have a look at. 

Looks like messages that get generated when perl is executed with the -w
option.  Using -w is not friendly with MHonArc, but execution should
not be hindered because of it.  I've tried to do some cleanup over
the years.  Since I did some data structure reworking for v2.5,
I may be able to eliminate some more warning messages.

The above messages are easy to address, and I will do it for v2.5.  The
'-' in the regexes should be escaped.  There are regexes I wrote years
ago when I was not a careful about the use of '-' in character
classes.  Perl still does the "right thing."


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