Major upgrades for XRegExp, the JavaScript regex library

I've just released XRegExp 1.0, the next generation of my JavaScript regular expression library. This version fixes a couple bugs, corrects even more cross-browser regex inconsistencies, and adds a suite of new regular expression functions and methods that make writing regex-intensive JavaScript applications easier than ever. One of these new functions, XRegExp.addToken, fundamentally changes XRegExp's implementation and allows you to easily create your own XRegExp plugins.

Here's XRegExp's abbreviated feature list from the brand new (which includes extensive documentation and code examples):

The full list of changes can be seen in the changelog.

Published 24 June 09 06:28 by Stevezilla00

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