avi.bryant at gmail.com
Fri Jan 7 18:56:11 CET 2005
On Fri, 7 Jan 2005 12:47:51 -0500, Pennell, David <DPennell at quallaby.com> wrote
> Changing the following line in WAStandardScripts>>liveUpdate:
> var regex = /<(\w+).*?id="(\w+)".*?>((.|\n)*)<\/\1>/;
> var regex = /<(\w+).*?id="(\w+)".*?>((.|\n|\r)*)<\/\1>/;
> seems to do the trick.
> Also - this regex matches a lot more than I expected.
> The total match is the entire <html>...</html> range. Results is from
> the body of the first tag with an id up to and including the </html>
> close tag. The browser just stops when it finds an appropriate closing
That's a lot more than I expected too. The intent was to go from the
first open tag with an id to the last close tag for the same element.
I think the problem is in the ".*?id" - it should be something like
[^>]*?id so that it can't cross tags.
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