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Re: [bug-anubis] troubles with 'modify body' (was: add header puts hea
Re: [bug-anubis] troubles with 'modify body' (was: add header puts headers in body)
Thu, 16 Sep 2004 22:08:35 +0200
[ splitted follow-up]
On Mon, Sep 13, 2004 at 08:26:31PM +0200, WojciechPolak wrote:
> On Sun, 05 Sep 2004 16:24:45 +0200 Paolo wrote:
> > ---><---
> > I've stumbled on another couple issues, for 'modify' command:
> > 1. I'm having troubles to convince 'modify body' work as I understood it.
> The `modify body' modifies message body, not mail header's RHS.
yes, actual example was:
if header[X-Domain] "[ ]*mydomain.it"
modify body :extended [".*X-Cruft:.*"]
which is meant to remove all body lines with 'X-Cruft:' somewhere, if the
condition on headers is met; this is same as in mentioned manpage (except
for the :extended, but result is same):
modify body ["old"]
which doesn't work: anubis -c isues an
.anubisrc:121: missing replacement value
and rcfile is skipped; it wants '""' after the selecting ''.
Perhaps better leave the code as is and correct the manual.
Anyway that's trivial, the real problem comes from apparently correct (to
my understanding) 'modify body' lines:
modify body :re [".*foo.*"] ""
which doesn't work - worse, breaks things: anubis -c doesn't complain, but
processing stops there with err.9 and this line in tracefile:
/.anubisrc:121: MODIFY BODY [.*foo.*] [NULL]
[rewriting from my previous posting]
After several tests, seems that there must be an \(\) enclosing _at least_
one re, ie all following seem to work:
modify body :re [".*foo\(.*\)"] ""
modify body :re ["\(.*\)foo.*"] ""
modify body :re ["\(.*\)foo\(.*\)"] ""
I think there's a bug in the [regex] parser, as '.*foo.*' is correct.
*But* that doesn't fix completely the problem; it happens that Anubis exits
with an error leaving in tracefile:
malloc() failed. Cannot allocate enough memory.
what happens is, that in xmalloc() call in
newstr = xmalloc (newlen);
'newlen' gets a negative value (I've seen -968 in some my case).
Unfortunatly, at present I failed to find the rule for the pattern(s) that
trigger the bug, eg forwarding a msg works, while replying doesn't, and
conversely on other msg
Anubis was compiled and runs on Debian-Woody, Linux (the kernel) is 2.4.27
Ideas? is it just me doing things badly wrong? should I switch to pcre
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