#18 3.6.1, "g=". Is "g=*s*t*e*p*h*e*n" allowed or is one "*" the
limit? I don't care, but it should say.
Good catch. Why does the definition for key-g-tag-lpart only allow
As already noted, simplicity. There was a comment that it should
only allow "*" at the end, but this would limit the applicability,
e.g., for companies that had a class of addresses that all ended in
"-foo". Is this a large enough use case? I don't know.
I'm going to suggest that this could be a can of worms as the
wildcarding is not well define and thus could be interpreted
differently. Paul's query about "*s*t*. etc" makes that point. Also,
as I understand it, regex is a notoriously ambiguous topic matter.
Can I suggest that this is worthy of adding as a tracking item for
Eliot to add? We need a clear definition of wildcard evaluation. Can
we reference something? Posix perhaps? wildmat() out of INN perhaps?
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