Author r.david.murray
Recipients Jason.Vas.Dias, r.david.murray
Date 2011-04-29.11:28:49
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No, if you take a look at tip, the problem is that bit of re is not covering all cases, and should look like this:

  [.+@]?       # It may have special attributes.

I assumed the "." was selinux, but I don't actually know, as I don't see them on my system (I don't use selinux or, apparently, any other special attributes).

So, the reason the re is failing is the trailing '.' in the first token in your ls -ld result, whatever that comes from.  The fixed test re allows for the '.'.
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