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Author tlynn
Recipients georg.brandl, loewis, mrabarnett, niemeyer, r.david.murray, timehorse, tlynn
Date 2010-09-18.11:57:25
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Actually, looking at the second part of the docs for $ (on "foo.$") makes me think the main motivating case here may be a bug in re.match::

    >>> re.match('foo$', 'foo\n\n')
    >>> re.match('foo$', 'foo\n')
    <_sre.SRE_Match object at 0x00A98678>

Shortening an input string shouldn't ever cause it to match, should it?
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