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Re: [bug-anubis] GNU Anubis 4.0 released.

From: Paolo
Subject: Re: [bug-anubis] GNU Anubis 4.0 released.
Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2005 16:07:51 +0100
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On Sat, Jan 01, 2005 at 02:14:44PM +0200, Sergey Poznyakoff wrote:
> Paolo <address@hidden> wrote:
> > 
> >  modify body :perl ["[[:blank:]]*X-Anomy.*"] ""
> > 
> > but anubis crashes on it - I get
> While admitting that dumping core on incorrect input is bad behaviour[1] I
> must say thet the above regexp is definitely incorrect. In accordance
> with pcre manpage:

yeah, I guessed so - that pcre doesn't know the :blank: extension, though 
my 'man pcre' says nothing about avail classes, so I asked 'perldoc perlre' 
hoping for equivalence, but this doesn't seem the case - pcre seems a 
subset of perlre.  
Indeed, I've found anubis dies with sig11 also on $* at end of re (perhaps 
on any wrong re, so patch should fix this one as well): 
here pcre was "\s*X-Anomy.*$*":

[24241] pcre_compile() failed at offset 12: nothing to repeat.  
> [24233] Child [24241] finished. Terminated on signal 11. 0 clients left.

while trying to get rid of the \n at end of line - while $* and [\n\r]* 
and \W* do the trick in a perl one-liner (as well as m//ms), there seems 
to be no way to just delete one line with 'modify body', as the required 
subst pattern puts at least a \n anyway.  

> Text
> Test 1
> X-Anomyzation 3
> Test 2
> --cut here---

> Text
> Test 1
> Test 2
> --cut here---
> As you see, 'X-Anomy.*' line got deleted.

actually, replaced by a void line (\n), see above - so, is there a way
to just fully delete a line (like in the non-working example in info-page)?

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