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Re: PATCH: simple regexp support in mod_authz_svn

From: Josh Siegel <joshs_at_stormbirds.org>
Date: 2005-02-17 20:48:38 CET

*doah* apr_fnmatch... I will send out a updated patch with these

        --josh siegel

André Malo wrote:

>* Josh Siegel wrote:
>>These patches give you both simple regular expression support (unix
>>shell like) in mod_authz_svn as well as the ability to make all string
>>comparisons case insensitive. You turn on regular expression support by
>>setting AuthzSVNRegexp in your apache.conf file. Setting
>>AuthzSVNCaseInsensitiveNameMatches to On makes all checks case
>Uuh. First I wouldn't call it regex. The stuff is called wildcards :)
>Second, I wouldn't name the directives that long (Further I'd compress them
>into one directive AuthzSVNOptions or so). And last but not least, apache
>itself provides full featured regexps (PCRE) and fnmatch functions, which
>should be used. I could help to rework the patch accordingly, if you like.

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