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Author pitrou
Recipients Arfrever, christian.heimes, fweimer, iankko, mpessas, pitrou, tim.peters, timehorse
Date 2013-05-16.18:13:19
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> Wildcard matching can easily be done in worst-case linear time, but
> not with regexps.'s internal _ellipsis_match() shows one
> way to do it (doctest can use "..." as a wildcard marker).

Thanks, this may be a nice enhancement for 3.4.

For 3.2 and 3.3, I'd prefer to go the safe way of simply limiting the
number of wildcards. If OpenSSL only accepts one per fragment, accepting
one or two is certainly fine for Python as well :-)
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2013-05-16 18:13:19pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, tim.peters, christian.heimes, timehorse, Arfrever, iankko, fweimer, mpessas
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