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Case Insensitive Keywords

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You need to find a method to allow keywords of mixed case. For example, you require the log keyword to be all lowercase when the user could use Title Case or be all uppercase.
 
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wheeley wrote Jan 11, 2010 at 1:33 AM

I think I have a fix for this. Please changes in zip file. I believe I have all the encoding todo's fixed also.

wheeley wrote Jan 12, 2010 at 11:00 PM

Thanks for applying some of it. But you still have issues with other keywords. I work with many developers on a project and even though we are forcing our developers to use consistent header comments, the keywords sometimes get adding incorrectly my new people. So sometimes it is $Revision$, other times it's $revision$ and yet other times its $REVISION$. I was trying to create a generic method of finding all the keywords possibilities at once. I see why it is slow. So another method you could try is create a second buffer in lowercase that you use to scan with and then alter both buffers at once and only write out the original. As to your question "Also I have not fully understood what you have done with replacing _CR/_LF... what was the intention behind this?", I was trying to use the correct encoding to test with. But you can't compare a byte to a byte array. And since "\n" & "\r" always convert to a single byte array I was just accessing the array directly to accomplish encoding specific testing.

Wheeley