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    SubjectRe: Linux-2.5.16
    > > I guess it still is "$_ =~ s/\[?PATCH\]?\s*//i;", which means
    > > that it still is broken. There certainly are several solutions,
    > > what do people think of "s/\[?[^\]]*PATCH\]?\W*//i;" ?
    > > (Maybe a ^ at the beginning?)
    >
    > Don't guess, look:
    >
    > # kill "PATCH" tag
    > s/^\s*\[PATCH\]//;
    > s/^\s*PATCH//;
    > s/^\s*[-:]+\s*//;
    > # strip trailing colon
    > s/:\s*$//;
    > # kill leading and trailing whitespace for consistent indentation
    > s/^\s+//; s/\s+$//;
    >
    > So it should not harm "[ARM PATCH]".
    >
    > What we would want is only remove the tag when we have symmetric square
    > brackets. What we also want is simplicity to allow for easy maintenance
    > and, last but not least, simple, anchored regexps for speed.

    Good.
    Could you repost the latest version *in plaintext* please?


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