|Subject:||Re: [Liberty-eiffel] Feature "is once then"|
|Date:||Fri, 3 Jul 2015 11:42:43 +0200|
Tss, I stumbled over the very same line... See
for the discussion.
But on the other side you are right, we even do not have any documentation of this syntax and its semantics in our wiki. @Cyril: do you have a link handy, where you read about this feature?
Zitat von Paolo Redaelli <address@hidden>:
I found this little line in
backtrack_next_pcdata_marker: UNICODE_STRING *is once then *U"__#PCDATA__"
and it's puzzling me. Ok, the compiler tells me that "is" is deprecated.
I never found the "once then" syntax....
I looked into ECMA 367 and on the web but I coulnd't find any reference to
such a syntax.
What does it mean?
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