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  verbose && cat(verbose, "Compile until: ", sQuote(until))
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  verbose && cat(verbose, "Return as: ", sQuote(as))
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  # (0) Change RSP 'brackets'?
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  verbose && enter(verbose, "RSP brackets meta")
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  verbose && cat(verbose, "Length of RSP string before: ", nchar(object))
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  if (length(object) > 0L) {
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    ## Change RSP brackets?
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    pattern <- '^([[:space:]]*)<%@meta[[:space:]]+open="([^"]+)"[[:space:]]+close="([^"]+)"[[:space:]]*%>(.*)'
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    first <- as.character(object)
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    if (grepl(pattern, first)) {
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      open <- gsub(pattern, "\\2", first)
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      close <- gsub(pattern, "\\3", first)
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      object <- gsub(pattern, "\\1\\4", object)
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      setRspBrackets(open = open, close = close)
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      verbose && cat(verbose, "New RSP brackets:")
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      verbose && str(verbose, getRspBrackets())
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    }
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    first <- NULL
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  }
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  verbose && cat(verbose, "Length of RSP string after: ", nchar(object))
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  verbose && exit(verbose)
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  # (1a) Parse and drop "empty" RSP comments
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