[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 7445] REGRESSION: Gmail puts wrong subject in replies

bugzilla-daemon at webkit.org bugzilla-daemon at webkit.org
Thu Oct 26 14:34:05 PDT 2006


wac at google.com changed:

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------- Comment #13 from wac at google.com  2006-10-26 14:34 PDT -------
Created an attachment (id=11229)
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A better patch for this bug

So here's another whack at this that should work better. I had forgotten to
block the '\' in '\ua9f4' from getting collected and the shift() was one short
of eating all the hex bytes. So, now these are all fixed. 

There is also a change to the ecma_2/RegExp/properties-001.js case for unicode.
some_regex.source and some_regex.toString() do not have to match the original
source code according to the ECMA spec at The key is that the
expression can be passed back into 'new RegExp(some_regex.source, FLAGS)' and
'eval(some_regex.toString())' and still match the same things which it does in
this case.

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