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From: "eater." <hello [...] eaterofco.de>
To: rakudobug [...] perl.org
Subject: [POD/REGEX] #| Doesn't parse POD formatting
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2017 16:40:27 +0200
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When defining a `#|` above an function it will just take everything in the comment as string and not parse it, while it should just parse the POD formatting code. eg. #| this is I<fine> sub test(){}; say $=pod[0].leading; will result in "this is I<fine>" instead of "this is fine" or ["this is", Pod::FormattingCode{:type("C")}] or what ever magic we want to return there :) I tried to fix it, but as I'm not that experienced in this kind of field I didn't get far: https://github.com/the-eater/rakudo/tree/fix-hash-pipe-comment-parsing Regards, eater.


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