Glitches in the expr engine?

Stefan Paetow Stefan.Paetow at
Tue Mar 7 17:15:48 CET 2017

>> Everything so far, so good. Then I ask him to use a random string as the
>> salt (which contained a closing curly bracket). The output was definitely
>> *not* what was expected. This example below (salt = 'changeme}')
>> illustrates the problem:
> Yes, you need to escape curly close braces in xlat expansions.

Would it be safe to say that if I add another check into the output to send a reject if the output contains a { or a } (which it never should), it should be acceptable?

If so, I'll submit a PR for that.

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