Makes sense to me.
I hope it's not a version compatibility breaker thought.
On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 12:39 PM Christopher Shannon <
christopher.l.shannon@gmail.com> wrote:
> I noticed a difference with wildcard matching in Artemis from 5.x and I
> think the Artemis version is wrong.
>
> Let's take the following wildcard pattern as an example in Artemis:
> *a.b.c.#*
>
> Pattern Matches?
> a.b.c yes
> a.b.c.d yes
> a.b.cabd yes
>
> Example in ActiveMQ 5.x: *a.b.c.>*
>
> Pattern Matches?
> a.b.c yes
> a.b.c.d yes
> a.b.cabd no
>
> It does not make sense to me that a.b.cabd would match a.b.c.#. This
> happens because the matching logic just replaces .# with .* in a regex
> matching pattern so it matches 0 or many characters. There is a delimiter
> there so I think the 5.x approach is correct. Also maybe we should allow
> user's to be able to plug in custom matching logic to override the default?
> (This is something i can do in a PR)
>
> Thoughts?
>

Clebert Suconic
