Re: aspell upgrade woes
Denis Barbier <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> [Steve Langasek]
>> The best heuristic I can come up with so far is
>> dpkg -x $package tmpdir && \
>> grep -rE '\b(use|class|template)\b|::|#include[[:space:]]+<[a-zA-Z_/]+>' tmpdir/usr/include
>> That may turn up false positives due to the use of common English words, but
>> I can't think of a way it could turn up false negatives.
> Here is one ;)
> $ export LC_ALL=et_EE.UTF-8
> $ echo '#include <vorlon>' | grep -E '\b(use|class|template)\b|::|#include[[:space:]]+<[a-zA-Z_/]+>'
> When bracket expressions are used within regular expressions of commands
> which are influenced by LC_COLLATE (like grep, sed, ...), LC_ALL must be
> set to C before running this command.
> An alternative way is to replace [a-zA-Z_/] by [[:alpha:]_/] though I am
> not 100% sure whether it is mandated that any locale has all ASCII letters
> in its alpha character class.
I think he ment something like:
* This is the C interface to the c++ template class the library is
* using internaly.
void* get_obj(obj* class_obj);