Getting all regular expressions used?

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asked Mar 7, 2021 in Question / help by jaytea (120 points)
I know you can get some regexes that are used for parsing with '-pattern' on the command line. But it looks like not all used regexes are reported there. For example I get regexes for the class diagram for elements, notes, and even objects and maps (from the object diagram) and artifacts and stuff from the Use Case diagrams.

But I'm still missing any regex for relationships, fields, methods, seperators, packages, namespaces, and probably other things that I'm forgetting right now.

Am I missing something there? How can I also get to those regexes? Or are those hidden behind the many lines of 'net.sourceforge.plantuml.command.regex.RegexConcat' that I'm getting?

I tried to have a look in the code but that just brought some deep aversion to Java back up ... :)

Thanks for your help!

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