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file-pattern-wildcards: preference variable

Default value: 15

Epsilon normally treats all of the characters []{},; as wildcard characters in file patterns, except when you surround a file name with "" characters. You can set this variable to force Epsilon to treat each of these characters literally. The value 1 enables comma as a wildcard character, 2 enables semicolon, 4 enables square brackets, and 8 enables curly braces. Add the values together to enable more than one group. The default of 15 enables all the above characters.

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Extended file patterns
More File Primitives (Primitives)



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