lucy24 - 8:36 pm on Apr 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
^.*/pid/ (action: Ignore)
^.*/ (action Add To Clipboard)
From this I expect the term abc123/ to be a new item on the clipboard.
How does the Regular Expression know which piece of the URL you're talking about? Based on those two rules I'd expect the whole request to be ignored, since /pid/ occurs before the part you're interested in. Where do /page/ and /title go?
The form ^.*/ is always redundant; it's the same as saying / alone.
You're allowed to use .* here because it's a one-off. In Apache it would be a different story ;)
Now, obviously I don't know klipper but I know Regular Expressions. Does the documentation drop any hint about what RegEx dialect ("flavor") it uses? Or any constructions that are specific to klipper? Your examples include an opening anchor. That tends to imply that the Regular Expression will also recognize a closing anchor.