In article <01b2a37a55.harriet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Harriet Bazley <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
A relatively simple change to the code would allow for that. However, I
can't be certain that wouldn't mess things up for anyone else.
Something like making a rule's criterion 'quotable' in its entirety.
That is, put quotes around it and the effect of the asterisks is
cancelled. Of course, that means quote characters at the start and end
of the criterion wouldn't be found anymore. Does anyone use that?
I think it would be easier for me to do it as a Usertest. :-)
And I think an 'escape character' might be a more foolproof way to go: a
character which forces the next character to be treated literally under all
circumstances (including itself, if you actually wanted to search for that