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Subject: Re: $global_taboo_headers
From: "Brian L. Heess - home" <DMbong @ krumm . commline . com>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 18:22:44 -0400
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References: "Brian L. Heess - home"'s message of Tue, 23 Sep 1997 01:07:26-0400 <v03110702b04cd195b5c0@[]>

At 12:07 -0500 23/09/97, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:

>>>>>> "BLH" == "Brian L Heess <- home" <>> writes:
>BLH> [...] the reason for posting to M-W is that MAYBE this sort of thing
>BLH> might be useful in the new config, like $global_allow_headers or
>BLH> something which might negate a taboo explicitly (or implicitly)...I'm
>BLH> not sure how REALLY useful that might be...
>The code already supports inverted matches (i.e. regexps which must match
>or else the message bounces).  There is no need for anything else; regexps
>have all of the expressive power required without adding a list of

Thanks Jason.  I see that now with the example that you posted to M-U.

Now, I notice you said Perl 5.  Are regexp's different in Perl 4?



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