Extends the Regexp class with a concat method, which lets you concatenate any number of regular expression objects together.
If the regular expressions have any options (flags) set, then it adds together all the flags and sets the lot on the resulting regex.
require "rubygems" require "regex_concat" a = /foo/ b = /bar/m c = /(sed)/i Regexp.concat(a, b, c) # => /foobar(sed)/mi
$ gem install caius-regex_concat --source=http://gems.github.com/
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Copyright (c) 2009 Caius Durling. See LICENSE for details.