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Good $localtime ikegami++ sir,

I am actually dealing with an existing code base that uses POE::Wheel::FollowTail and checks each new log line against a list of pre-compiled regex patterns, hence the desire to do it in a single regex. When it finds a match it calls the forwarder method on the object that is associated with the matching pattern.

Among other refs passed to the forwarding object is one to a list of matches from the regex normally saving having to split it up all over again. I do get a second bite at the cherry in the objects forwarder method. It would have been nice though after matching all those dates if I could just pass them all through already separated.

Thanks for looking, at least I now know it is not me making a trivial error


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In reply to Re^2: regex: extract multiple number of date patterns from certain lines by Random_Walk
in thread regex: extract multiple number of date patterns from certain lines by Random_Walk

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