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pyparsing: odd listAllMatches behavior

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I'm trying to write a parser for a simple query language (for a web
search form). Things are ok, except that if the first match is an
OR_clause, I only get one token back when I access by name, instead of
a ParseResults. See below. TIA!

from pyparsing import *

class Downcase(TokenConverter):
"""Converter to lower case all matching tokens."""
def postParse( self, instring, loc, tokenlist ):
return map( string.lower, tokenlist )


phrase=Combine(Literal('"').suppress() + OneOrMore(word) +
adjacent=False, joinString=" ")

OR_clause=Literal('OR').suppress() + (word.setResultsName("OR_word",
listAllMatches=True) ^

term=OR_clause ^ \
word.setResultsName('word', listAllMatches=True) ^ \
phrase.setResultsName('phrase', listAllMatches=True)

Python 2.3.4 (#1, Sep 20 2004, 15:34:06)
[GCC 3.3.4 20040623 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.4-r1, ssp-3.3.2-2, pie-8.7.6)] on
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## working on region in file /usr/tmp/python-a7Bl5m...
r=query.parseString('foo OR bar')
r (['foo', 'bar'], {'OR_word': [('bar', 1)], 'word': [('foo', 0)]}) r.OR_word (['bar'], {}) r.word (['foo'], {})
r=query.parseString('OR bar foo')
r (['bar', 'foo'], {'OR_word': [('bar', 0)], 'word': [('foo', 1)]}) r.OR_word 'bar' r.word


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