-The current implementation of PCRE (release 7.x) corresponds approximately with -Perl 5.10, including support for UTF-8 encoded strings and Unicode general +The current implementation of PCRE (release 8.xx) corresponds approximately +with Perl 5.10, including support for UTF-8 encoded strings and Unicode general category properties. However, UTF-8 and Unicode support has to be explicitly enabled; it is not the default. The Unicode tables correspond to Unicode release 5.1. @@ -88,8 +88,8 @@ The user documentation for PCRE comprises a number of different sections. In the "man" format, each of these is a separate "man page". In the HTML format, each is a separate page, linked from the index page. In the plain text format, -all the sections are concatenated, for ease of searching. The sections are as -follows: +all the sections, except the pcredemo section, are concatenated, for ease +of searching. The sections are as follows:
pcre this document pcre-config show PCRE installation configuration information @@ -98,6 +98,7 @@ pcrecallout details of the callout feature pcrecompat discussion of Perl compatibility pcrecpp details of the C++ wrapper + pcredemo a demonstration C program that uses PCRE pcregrep description of the pcregrep command pcrematching discussion of the two matching algorithms pcrepartial details of the partial matching facility @@ -106,7 +107,7 @@ pcreperform discussion of performance issues pcreposix the POSIX-compatible C API pcreprecompile details of saving and re-using precompiled patterns - pcresample discussion of the sample program + pcresample discussion of the pcredemo program pcrestack discussion of stack usage pcretest description of the pcretest testing command@@ -297,7 +298,7 @@
-Last updated: 11 April 2009
+Last updated: 01 September 2009
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