[ET Trac] [Einstein Toolkit] #1595: Is *) allowed as upper boundary for a parameter range?

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Mon Nov 2 09:45:58 CST 2015

#1595: Is *) allowed as upper boundary for a parameter range?
  Reporter:  eschnett  |       Owner:  sbrandt            
      Type:  defect    |      Status:  reopened           
  Priority:  minor     |   Milestone:  ET_2015_11         
 Component:  Cactus    |     Version:  development version
Resolution:            |    Keywords:  postrelease        

Comment (by sbrandt):

 So, this ticket has become slightly confusing as the bug it is targeting
 seems to keep changing with time. After I last marked it as fixed, you
 (Rhaas) re-opened it citing specific things that weren't in the
 documentation (along with some other things), e.g. "documentation is
 missing for [ to indicate closed intervals".

 My feeling is that if we want other fixes, e.g. "the documentation says
 one can use C like postfixes "f" and "l" for float and long double values,
 however the $real regex in parameter_parser.pl will not allow this (but
 does incorrectly accept Fortran style D instead of E for the exponent"
 there should be a new ticket for that issue.

Ticket URL: <https://trac.einsteintoolkit.org/ticket/1595#comment:36>
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