Rainer M Krug <r.m.k...@gmail.com> writes:
>> If you mean that the "base file name"
>> (the name within the nearest containing directory) matches the regexp
>> "EnergyBalance\.org.*", the "wildcard" version is "EnergyBalance.org*".
> Just one question: why do you escape the "."? As far as I understand, it
> has no special meaning in wildcard expressions?
In all "regexp" notations that I know of (e.g., arguments to grep), "."
is a pattern that matches any single character. So when I say 'the
regexp ...', I have to quote any ".".
> PS: do I have to use the web interface to reply or is there an email
> address, as I can not reply via gmane?
The address is <email@example.com>.
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