Reset the global vars every time tokenize is called, thereby allowing the module to be used for multiple different strings without prepending previous uses data. #1

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Reset the global vars every time tokenize is called, thereby allowing the module to be used for multiple different strings without prepending previous uses data.

@RJacksonm1 RJacksonm1 Reset the global vars every time tokenize is called, thereby allowing…
… the module to be used for multiple different strings without prepending previous uses data.
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@nickdesaulniers nickdesaulniers merged commit 0fd2e84 into nickdesaulniers:master Mar 30, 2013
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Excellent catch! Thank you. Have you found this small library useful for any projects?

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Hi, yeah I'm using it to turn IRC control chars into HTML for the webfront of https://github.com/RJacksonm1/irc_rbotson. I tried some other stream based ones but couldn't figure out how to properly use them - this one is much simpler and straight forward, thanks.

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