On 7/14/2013 4:26 PM, André Wobst wrote:
> The surrogate escape error handling allows us the take
> Postscript code as ASCII, and if a file contains some non
> ASCII data (for example in comments or in strings, like
> a textual font name (we're not interested and just need to
> copy into the output)), it does not break. Another very
> helpful thing is, that you can use regular expressions
> both on strings and on bytes, either by using strings or
> bytes in the pattern to be matched.
Thank you for the interesting details.