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Don't use a regexp in splitTextAtChunk

It was not reliable, split all the words using spaces and concatenate
them again to form each line to be < limit works better.
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Daniele Tricoli 5 months ago
parent 6b162f1595
commit 7330ed07a1
  1. 17
      cmd/run.go

@ -7,7 +7,6 @@ import (
"log"
"net/http"
"os"
"regexp"
"sort"
"strconv"
"strings"
@ -204,14 +203,20 @@ func parseTelegramChatID(s string) int64 {
// Split text in chunks of almost specified size.
func splitTextAtChunk(text string, size int) []string {
// FIX: heuristic technique: reduce by 50 characters to make the split for sure under size.
r := fmt.Sprintf(".{1,%d}(\\s|$)", size-50)
var splitTextAtChunk = regexp.MustCompile(r)
words := strings.SplitN(text, " ", -1)
chunks := []string{}
for _, i := range splitTextAtChunk.FindAllIndex([]byte(text), -1) {
chunks = append(chunks, text[i[0]:i[1]])
var message string
for _, word := range words {
if len(message+" "+word) > size {
chunks = append(chunks, message)
message = word
continue
}
message += " " + word
}
chunks = append(chunks, message)
return chunks
}

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