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/unset-ing options with literal asterisk in its name will unset any matching options #112

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tomoe-mami opened this Issue Jun 27, 2014 · 1 comment

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commented Jun 27, 2014

/set allows literal asterisk to be used in option name (for example, /set plugins.var.perl.* foo) but /unset treats asterisk as wildcard which means if I try to /unset plugins.var.perl.* all options created by perl scripts under plugins.var.perl will be removed too. I think Weechat should forbids asterisk in option name or provides a way for /unset to specify literal option name.

I'm using Weechat 1.0-dev (6cdcb6f) [compiled on Jun 25 2014 03:15:29] on Slackware 14.1.

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commented Jul 12, 2014

In fact, asterisk can be used in option names, for example the script buffer_autoset.py can use that, example: irc.freenode.*.hotlist_max_level_nicks_add = "weebot:-1" (to set hotlist max level to -1 for nick "weebot" on all channels of "freenode" server).
So instead of forbidding the asterisk, I'll update the /unset command to unset by default only one option (that can have asteriks inside). And add an extra parameter to unset more than one option (which is dangerous aynway, so forcing the user to add an extra parameter is not bad for me).

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