Re: string-match and string-looking-at

Matthew, you can use 'catch' and 'throw' instead of a too deep nest of

For what it's worth, when you develop code, it may also help to put
all in
(let ((backtrace-on-error 'always)) 
  (condition-case nil (progn body...)
So that the stacktrace is printed, but the execution continues.
This is possible only with recent GIT librep.

>> Im fairly new to c so im not sure if there is a better way 
>> to do it.

"Librep internal" page on the wiki has some doc, although far from
complete. But you don't have to be worried too much. We can (barely)

Teika (Teika kazura)

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