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    1 /-- This is a specialized test for checking, when PCRE is compiled with the
    2 EBCDIC option but in an ASCII environment, that newline and white space
    3 functionality is working. It catches cases where explicit values such as 0x0a
    4 have been used instead of names like CHAR_LF. Needless to say, it is not a
    5 genuine EBCDIC test! In patterns, alphabetic characters that follow a backslash
    6 must be in EBCDIC code. In data, newlines and other spacing characters must be
    7 in EBCDIC, but can be specified as escapes. --/
    8 
    9 /-- Test default newline and variations --/
   10 
   11 /^A/m
   12     ABC
   13     12\x15ABC
   14 
   15 /^A/m<any>
   16     12\x15ABC
   17     12\x0dABC
   18     12\x0d\x15ABC
   19     12\x25ABC
   20 
   21 /^A/m<anycrlf>
   22     12\x15ABC
   23     12\x0dABC
   24     12\x0d\x15ABC
   25     ** Fail
   26     12\x25ABC
   27 
   28 /-- Test \h --/
   29 
   30 /^A\/
   31     A B
   32     A\x41B
   33 
   34 /-- Test \H --/
   35 
   36 /^A\/
   37     AB
   38     A\x42B
   39     ** Fail
   40     A B
   41     A\x41B
   42 
   43 /-- Test \R --/
   44 
   45 /^A\/
   46     A\x15B
   47     A\x0dB
   48     A\x25B
   49     A\x0bB
   50     A\x0cB
   51     ** Fail
   52     A B
   53 
   54 /-- Test \v --/
   55 
   56 /^A\/
   57     A\x15B
   58     A\x0dB
   59     A\x25B
   60     A\x0bB
   61     A\x0cB
   62     ** Fail
   63     A B
   64 
   65 /-- Test \V --/
   66 
   67 /^A\/
   68     A B
   69     ** Fail
   70     A\x15B
   71     A\x0dB
   72     A\x25B
   73     A\x0bB
   74     A\x0cB
   75     
   76 /-- For repeated items, use an atomic group so that the output is the same
   77 for DFA matching (otherwise it may show multiple matches). --/ 
   78 
   79 /-- Test \h+ --/
   80 
   81 /^A(?>\+)/
   82     A B
   83 
   84 /-- Test \H+ --/
   85 
   86 /^A(?>\+)/
   87     AB
   88     ** Fail
   89     A B
   90 
   91 /-- Test \R+ --/
   92 
   93 /^A(?>\+)/
   94     A\x15B
   95     A\x0dB
   96     A\x25B
   97     A\x0bB
   98     A\x0cB
   99     ** Fail
  100     A B
  101 
  102 /-- Test \v+ --/
  103 
  104 /^A(?>\+)/
  105     A\x15B
  106     A\x0dB
  107     A\x25B
  108     A\x0bB
  109     A\x0cB
  110     ** Fail
  111     A B
  112 
  113 /-- Test \V+ --/
  114 
  115 /^A(?>\+)/
  116     A B
  117     ** Fail
  118     A\x15B
  119     A\x0dB
  120     A\x25B
  121     A\x0bB
  122     A\x0cB
  123 
  124 /-- End --/