[GE users] regex in complexes

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Thu Sep 2 10:22:58 BST 2004


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Mark,

>IMO, a very useful and flexible hack would be to disallow the '!' character
>from complex names and use it to reverse the request logic,
>eg,
>	qselect -l arch=lx24-x86	# select linux architecture
>	qselect -l arch!=lx24-x86	# select non-linux architecture(s) 

the relation is in the definition of the complexes, and this would allow to 
change the defined relation. In some way this would break the effect of the 
"forced" attribute, because the user could simply change the way (making < to 
>).

For strings it would be of some sense of course in the way of:

qselect -l arch=!lx24-x86

CU - Reuti

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