regex matching can be convinced to be TRUE if you're insistive enough?

Alan DeKok aland at
Fri May 27 13:10:59 CEST 2011

Brian Candler wrote:
> Else you have an explicit loop: e.g.
>     foreach Foo {

$ git pull origin master:master

... build

$ man unlang

>             last Foo   # early termination (if required)

  Uh.. yeah.  That will be supported eventually.  Right now, not so much.

> Aside: I would also like to see direct support for accessing control and
> reply lists without string expansions.  Then you could write
>     if (reply:Service-Type == Framed-User)
> (I don't think that's possible today). It would also make the unwieldy
> 'update' block obsolete:
>     if (reply:Service-Type == Framed-User) {
>         reply:Framed-Protocol = PPP
>     }

  That's useful, but potentially awkward in the current code.  I'll take
a look as a low priority.

> P.S. One other thing for multi-valued attributes: Foo[*] always uses \n as
> separator and adds \n to the end.  It would be useful to be able to join
> with another character, e.g.  Foo[*,] - and be able to suppress the trailing
> one.

  Sure... send a patch for 3.0.

  Alan DeKok.

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