Re: [Cbor] Regular expressions

Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> Sun, 28 February 2021 23:39 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Cbor] Regular expressions
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On 2021-03-01, at 00:34, Joe Hildebrand <hildjj@cursive.net> wrote:
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> That works for me.  So, there would be an "ECMAscript RegExp" tag then, right?

Probably more than one, as ECMAscript is evolving heavily.
“ECMAscript RegExp” before 2015 is radically less comprehensive than the 2020 version.

And it would probably be an “ECMAscript RegExp literal”.

Grüße, Carsten