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MariaDB upgrades to PCRE-8.34
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Today we upgraded the PCRE library bundled with MariaDB-10.0 to PCRE-8.34. This PCRE release includes some improvements, fixes for better stability and performance, and gives more compatibility with the Perl regular expressions.

I’d like to give details on the PCRE changes that especially affected MariaDB.

PCRE now includes support for [[:<:]] and [[:>:]]  as used in the BSD POSIX library (written by Henry Spencer) to mean “start of word” and “end of word“, respectively. This is a good news for those project (like MariaDB) migrating from the Henry Spencer’s library to PCRE, as this non-standard syntax seemed to be used quite widely. Many thanks to Philip Hazel and the PCRE team who kindly

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Cleaning up Wordpress comment tables
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In Montreal with Dups and Kaj, we were looking at a number of technical problems, and each one of you got something valuable from the meeting.
One of Kaj's problems was a collection of Wordpress blogs infested by spam. Kaj has done something already but the situation was critical. Before applying Akismet to his comments, he needed to cleanup the majority of the spam in same easy way.

It is not rocket science, really, but it needs some care in the implementation.
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