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On 01/27/2011 07:47 AM, Jim Meyering wrote:
> Simon Josefsson wrote:
>> Is the regexp wrong here? It looks fine to me, maint.mk:
>> # Error messages should not start with a capital letter
>> @grep -nEA2 '[^rp]error *\(' $$($(VC_LIST_EXCEPT)) \
This unconditionally looks for error() and the two lines after.
> That rule uses the heuristic of searching two lines after each
> use of error(..., in case message arguments are on continued lines.
Is there a way to tighten it, by passing the grep output through a sed
script that combines multiple lines (easily determined by the difference
between file: and file- for matching vs. context lines and the --
separator between hunks), then limit the detection of the capital letter
to one occurring after error( but before ';'?
Eric Blake address@hidden +1-801-349-2682
Libvirt virtualization library http://libvirt.org
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capitalization of error messages and option descriptions, Bruno Haible, 2011/01/27