>>What is the reason for changing delimiter?
> My tree represents a file system. Here are some entries:
>>>Below are the patches to make this change. I have also moved the
>>>delimiter to a DEFINE so that other customizations are easily done.
>>>This is a work in progress.
> #define ISALNUM(x) ( isalnum((unsigned int)(x)) || (x) == '_' ||
> (x) == '-' || (x) == '.' || (x) == '+' || (x) == ':' || (x) == '~' ||
> (x) == '%' || (x) == ',' || (x) == '#')
> Given that I am trying to allow any valid filename, I think ISALNUM
> needs to allow any ASCII character.
> I also think I will need to modify the parsing within lquery_in to
> allow escaping of characters it recognizes but which may be part of a
> file name (e.g. :%~ may be part of a file name, but these are special
> characters to lquery_in). That I think will be the biggest change.
Ok, I think it's a good extension. Let you prepare cumulative patch.
Nevertheless, we have no chance to insert this to 7.3 release :(. Only for
7.3.1 or even 7.4.
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