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Author martin.panter
Recipients David.Edelsohn, Michael.Felt,, martin.panter
Date 2016-09-04.04:11:54
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Regarding the regular expressions, I (or someone else unfamiliar with AIX) may be able to adjust them if you can explain what you are trying to achieve. Take the first one I commented on <> for example. You added a comment:

# '\[%s_*64\.so\]' % name, -> has either _64 or 64 added to name

As written, this will match many strings including


However the annotation leads me to belive you want it to match two cases only:


I do not know whether to fix the annotation (has 64 preceded by any number of underscores), or whether to fix the regular expression (_?64).
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