Historically, the /MATCH option to FIND has implied returning the tail of the matched region.
rebol2>> find/match "abc" "ab" == "c"
That has been true despite the fact that there is a /TAIL option to FIND. In trying to make FIND more orthogonal I have questioned this decision.
red>> find/match "abc" "ab" == "abc" red>> find/match/tail "abc" "ab" == "c"
I can agree with the intent behind this, although I wonder if it should accompany a changing of the refinement name. /MATCH doesn't really fit with the meaning of "match" as I've been using it, e.g.
>> match integer! 10 == 10 >> match integer! <abc> ; null
So maybe something like FIND/AT or FIND/STAY or FIND/HERE...something along those lines. Then /MATCH could be deprecated in a more structured way.
But nope... they're pro breaking this for some reason. Who am I to argue, especially given that I wanted it changed anyway?
It does underscore that Redbol emulation will need Red and Bol modes.