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Subject: Re: Different regex behaviour on Windows & Linux using Saxon
From: AAS Contractor <AAS.Contractor@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 16:05:55 +0100
Re:  Different regex behaviour on Windows & Linux using
David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote on 30/08/2007 15:25:03:

> saxon converts the xpath regex to a java regex and the java regular
> expression handler changed a lot (at java 1.4 or 1.5, I can't remember)
> and so saxon has to use different code depending on the jvm being used
> (as far as i recall) so it probably matters more which version of java
> you have rather than whether it's windows or linux.


You were bang on. The Win box was 1.5 and Linux box 1.4.2. I've upgraded 
both machines to 1.6 and the regex now works as expected.

Thanks a lot! 


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