[clug-talk] Firefox, Konqueror behaviour different

Darren L xlr8me at gmail.com
Fri May 12 06:14:07 PDT 2006


//securized message follows. =P

Yeah, what Ian said sounds about right...  not familiar with aspx myself
though.

You know that it's a well written app when the debugging tools are RIGHT
THERE and yet noone ever has to use it.





On 5/11/06, Ian Bruseker <ian.bruseker at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On 5/11/06, Hendrik Schaink <hschaink at infovisi.com> wrote:
> > Yes appears to be all javascript. The javascript console displays this
> > on message two separate occasions when changing screens:
> >
> > -------------------- start of error msg --------------------------
> > Error: unterminated character class
> > Source File: http://reservation.martinair.com/dxtra/dxtra.aspx
> > Line: 79, Column: 32
> > Source Code:
> >                                r
>
> valid.txtLastName = /^[a-zA-Z]{2,50}([ /\,]+[a-zA-Z]{2,50})*$/;
> > -------------------- end of error msg --------------------------
> >
> > A little arrow points to variable valid.txtLastName.
> >
> The first hit in Google for "unterminated character class" is this
> thread: http://www.codingforums.com/showthread.php?t=71637  Looks like
> a very similarly constructed regular expression, and I'm seeing the
> same unescaped / in your example.  Maybe Firefox isn't so much doing
> it wrong but doing it "right", and Konqueror is just more forgiving in
> its parsing of regular expressions?  I dunno, just a guess.  I just
> wanted to find an excuse to respond to make fun of the "SSL securised
> transaction" in screen 5.  Securised?  :-)
>
> Ian
>
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