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comment How to ignore the rest of a file in Augeas?
Yes, you can match anything but a regexp, something like store (reg1 - reg2) or, if you have more than one regexp, store (reg1 - (reg2|reg3|reg4)). However, you still need to make sure this doesn't lead to an ambiguous concatenation.
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answered How to ignore the rest of a file in Augeas?
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comment Augeas edit option if it exist, add otherwise - while referencing newly created node
It's not only a matter of readability, it's a different logic. [a][b] selects first the nodeset that matches [a], and then selects another sub-nodeset from it that matches [b]; while [a and b] only does one matching, on the [a and b] condition.
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comment Augeas edit option if it exist, add otherwise - while referencing newly created node
That is indeed the best option. As a note, it is better to use [a and b] than [a][b].
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revised How to `augtool` to maintain `/etc/aliases` file?
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