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Author mrabarnett
Recipients akitada, akuchling, amaury.forgeotdarc, collinwinter, ezio.melotti, georg.brandl, gregory.p.smith, jaylogan, jimjjewett, loewis, mark, moreati, mrabarnett, nneonneo, pitrou, r.david.murray, rsc, sjmachin, timehorse, vbr
Date 2010-04-13.17:10:35
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Yes, it passed all the tests, although I've since found a minor bug that isn't covered/caught by them, so I'll need to add a few more tests.

Anyway, do:

    regex.match(ur"\p{Ll}", u"a")
    regex.match(ur'(?u)\w', u'\xe0')

really return None? Your results suggest that they won't.

I downloaded Python 2.6.5 (I was using Python 2.6.4) just in case, but it still passes (WinXP, 32-bit).
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