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Re: Symbol versioning in C++ (two ld bugs)
On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 03:41:21PM -0800, Richard Henderson wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 05:09:49PM -0500, Phil Edwards wrote:
> > AFAICT this lexer token is only used in this one place. As long as it
> > doesn't match a leading colon or a trailing semicolon there shouldn't be
> > any grammar conflicts. I will try some modifications.
> Maybe we should accept strings here for these more complicated globs?
> Or would that just be confusing?
Accepting a glob isn't hard when you're using regexps to write the glob. :-)
[ ] - ! ^
as acceptable characters, and that's letting me do quite a bit.
Globbing in the sense of filename generation -- all that fnmatch is
supposed to do -- is pretty simple. Most of the complicated things like
brace expansion are actually extensions. POSIX only specifies '!' as the
exception character inside a bracketed list; bash (and libiberty's fnmatch,
and my patch) also recognizes '^' for people who are used to regexps.
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