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Re: Regexp: match any character including newline

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: Re: Regexp: match any character including newline
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2013 10:25:13 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.130008 (Ma Gnus v0.8) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

Yuri Khan <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello All,
> I’m doing regexp replacements on a hard-wrapped XHTML-alike. Here’s an
> original fragment:
> ===
> <tr><td><pre><code>X(n, t)
> X a(n, t)</code></pre></td><td></td>
>     <td><requires><p><code>T</code> shall be
>         <concept>Copy&shy;Insert&shy;able</concept> into
>         <code>X</code>.</p></requires>
>         <p>post: <code>distance(begin(), end()) == n</code></p>
>         <p>Constructs a sequence container with <code>n</code> copies
>         of <code>t</code></p></td></tr>
> ===

Another option (though I'm not claiming you'll actually want to do this)
is to use xml.el (comes with emacs?) to parse that xml into a tree, and
then mess with the tree. Parsing the above gets me:

((tr nil (td nil (pre nil (code nil "X(n, t) X a(n, t)"))) (td nil) " "
(td nil (requires nil (p nil (code nil "T") " shall be " (concept nil
"Copy?Insert?able") " into " (code nil "X") ".")) " " (p nil "post: "
(code nil "distance(begin(), end()) == n")) " " (p nil "Constructs a
sequence container with " (code nil "n") " copies of " (code nil

`xml-entity-alist' would have to be tweaked.

Like I said, you probably wouldn't want this, but it's an interesting


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