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From James Carman <>
Subject Re: How to use destination wildcards to match a common suffix
Date Sat, 11 Apr 2015 10:01:46 GMT

Does this satisfy what you're looking to do:

There is a PR available which implements it:

Basically, instead of using ">" which to me looks like an arrow
meaning "anything to the right", you would use a "<" character, which
would mean "anything to the left."  For example, <.out would match
anything ending in .out.  Now, the paths match on full segments, so
the entire last segment would need to be "out", but I would imagine
you could adjust your naming conventions to match that, right?

On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 4:21 AM, Martin Lichtin
<> wrote:
> I read but am still puzzled about
> how to write a pattern that matches queue names with a particular suffix.
> For example, for queue names such as A.B.Cout and D.E.Fout will
>     <redeliveryPolicy queue="*out"
> be enough to match the queues? Or do I need
>     <redeliveryPolicy queue=">*out"
> or something else even?

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