Compiles a string containing a shellish regular expression, returning a
Regexp reference. Regexp references passed in are passed through
Here are the transformation rules from shellish expression terms to perl regular expression terms:
The wildcards treat newlines as normal characters.
Parens group in to $1..$n, since they are passed through unmolested (unless option parens => 0 is passed). This is useless when using glob_shellish(), though.
The final parameter can be a hash reference containing options:
No option affects Regexps passed through.
Pass a regular expression and a list of possible values, get back a list of
Barrie Slaymaker <email@example.com>
|perl v5.20.3||SHELLISH (3)||2002-01-24|