Alfred Perlstein <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> * Lowell Gilbert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [041015 12:11] wrote:

> > In the meantime, I came up with the following bit of awk to translate
> > the table syntax, for my fairly simple case:
> > 
> >   match($2,"/[^/]*$") { 
> >       print substr($2, RSTART+1, RLENGTH) " \trhost:=" $1 ";rsf:="
> >       substr($2, 1, RSTART-1) ;
> >       print ""
> >   }

Actually, I ended up changing that some more...

> So you're saying, you're using my autofs in a production environment?

No; that incantation translates the NIS-distributed autofs maps into
amd file maps; I am running it in a cron job.  

The regular expression handling for the glue you're missing will, I
suspect, be along the same lines (probably not in awk, though :-).  I
will try to use autofs when you merge it down to RELENG_5.  And
although it's a "production" environment, it's just my own desktop,
which is a non-critical machine.

Be well.
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