|author||Ben Rohlfs <email@example.com>||Fri Jan 27 12:13:50 2023 +0100|
|committer||Ben Rohlfs <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Jan 30 11:19:14 2023 +0100|
Convert all REPO_LIST routes to one unified regex pattern Our goal is that all routes become regex patterns. At the moment some of them are strings, which means that they will get special handling by page.js, most importantly it will construct its own regex pattern for tokens such as `:filter`. Apart from not wanting to deal with as few as possible page.js specialities and trying to be consistent with all the route patterns, these special page.js tokens also come along with a fundamental problem: They use `[^/]+` and thus don't match `/`, which at least for `repo` matching is a problem and creates extra complexity. Release-Notes: skip Change-Id: Ie84ad41ccb95049480cfbb6b34089f2d092c479f
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