Rust: Lazy Static Regex
Passing Regex around, helping the compiler keep things optimised.
Looking at Regex in Rust (Addendum)
Hi. In my previous article Looking at Regex in Rust. I covered some basics. Today I will go over some new things that I have learned, as I expanded on things that my regex expression needs to handle. In particular the need to handle the possible existence or none existence of qualifiers
Looking at Regex in Rust
If you have been following this series, you might know that I am playing with SPF records. I have turned my eye to
mx mechanisms. As I started looking at the
a mechanism. I noticed that my current approach using the standard string functions would probably be fairly difficult to implement. So I started to think about using the Regex crate. So this will be a look at how that went. The challenges and the things that I took away from the experience.
Generic Regex Match Function Multiple Groups
If you have read my previous posts; you might know I am currently working on a new project to move some services to a self-hosted solution. As part of this, I have been working on dealing with
unicode characters in regex.
In relation to this I have found that I am writing the same function repeatedly. The only difference being the number matches being returned. So I decided we need to refactor this.[Read More]