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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] =tagging-method and non-portable filenames

From: Andrew Suffield
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] =tagging-method and non-portable filenames
Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2003 10:02:46 +0100
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On Wed, Sep 03, 2003 at 07:23:02AM -0500, Joe Osborn wrote:
> I'm running into a problem, however, which is inconveniencing me.  Some 
> changes I make to =tagging-method's regexen for the different file 
> types(Excluded, Precious, Junk, Backup) are effective and tla inventory 
> will give me a proper list by the types given.  However, changes to 
> Unrecognized do nothing, and Source seems ineffective too.  While it 
> may be I'm writing bad regex, my goal is to allow non-portable file 
> names, as a lot of mine are, to be put under version control as 
> sources.  The following line:
> source ^([_=a-zA-Z0-9[:space:][:punct:]].*)$
> is either malformed or ineffective.  Which is it?  File names like "3rd 
> Edition, Revised" and "Ice Age" still fall into the Unrecognized 
> section with this regex, even though
> find . [_=a-zA-Z0-9[:space:][:punct:]].*
> works fine.  Is the limitation on the usage of non-portable file names 
> a basic assumption of Arch?  Is there a workaround?  Am I just a fool?

There's a hardcoded set of characters which are allowed in filenames
(not "portable", but "characters Tom doesn't like people using in
filenames"). Spaces aren't included.

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