Author r.david.murray
Recipients Varun Agrawal, r.david.murray
Date 2017-08-08.13:14:33
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That seems like a reasonable use case, but is fnmatch what git is using for this?  If so, what is the feature set required?  In any case, the existing functionality must remain as is for backward compatibility reasons, so this would either be a new function or keyword controlled optional behavior.

(You will note that our fnmatch documentation specifically mentions treating / as a normal character.)
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