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This patch adds custom server info variables filtering as shown on http://www.forums.urbanterror.net/index.php/topic,7710.0.html
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File Added: xqf-custom_filtering+comma_separated.patch
updated the patch with comma separated values support as described in http://www.forums.urbanterror.net/index.php/topic,7710.0.html
I should add, this patch is unrelated to urban terror 4 and 'battleye' patches submitted here, it does not include them (as they are in that forum thread).
File Added: xqf-1.0.5-custom_filtering-2.patch
patch adding filtering based on a list of server info variables added by the user. + comma separated values support.
File Added: xqf-1.0.5-custom_filtering-3.patch
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A proper implementation of more versatile server filters are on my withlist since a long time. Your patch is a step it the right direction but it's still not powerful enough IMO. Support for comparative operators (<,>,==,...) would be highly useful for example. But then you also want bit operators (&,|,>>,<<,...) e.g. for matching dmflags bits.
Wrt implementation itself. You should separate terms with '&&' instead of '||' because '&&' means 'and' and you also actually link them as 'and' internally. That allows to implement 'or' as well sometime. Also you use g_strsplit in a loop ie malloc and free. That's inefficient and slow, you need to already parse the expression into a form that can quickly be processed by the machine when you read the config file.
btw I prefer to discuss patches on the mailinglist. The sf interface just plain sucks. Please subscribe to the devel list if I didn't already scare you away and you are still interested in xqf development.