it fixes the issue In Python regular expressions, \b is a word boundary so you can search for cat\b (though that will also pick up things like bobcat or tomcat so you may need to use \bcat\b if you don't want those). From the Python 3.4 docs (though 2.7 is very similar):
"goapp build" works, but "appcfg.py update" just "can't find import"...?
hop of those help? https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/google-appengine-go/rVHZXlSfC7E ... As noted here by another user, this is a temporary issue with Google App Engine. It can be solved by commenting out the main() method in the main package of your project. Normally, init() is used, so this does not currently cause any other issue except a minor inconvenience when deploying to other platforms simultaneously or building locally for non-App Engine execution.
Visual Studio "Find" results in "No files were found to look in. Find stopped progress."