[Pdns-users] Exception: unknown escape sequence on NAPTR regex
duane at e164.org
Tue Aug 5 03:20:17 UTC 2008
Peter Fern wrote:
> Correct, however we often have a requirement to match a substring and
> sub it into another pattern to translate one number range to another,
> hence the requirement for regex. And regardless - it's currently
> impossible to escape characters like '+' since the backslashes are not
> passed correctly.
I've never had a problem with \+ in PDNS...
As for the subranges that's what DNAME is for...
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