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    Package filterset provides an interface for matching strings against a set of string filters.

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    type Config

    type Config struct {
    	MatchType    MatchType      `mapstructure:"match_type"`
    	RegexpConfig *regexp.Config `mapstructure:"regexp"`
    }

      Config configures the matching behavior of a FilterSet.

      type FilterSet

      type FilterSet interface {
      	// Matches returns true if the given string matches at least one
      	// of the filters encapsulated by the FilterSet.
      	Matches(string) bool
      }

        FilterSet is an interface for matching strings against a set of filters.

        func CreateFilterSet

        func CreateFilterSet(filters []string, cfg *Config) (FilterSet, error)

          CreateFilterSet creates a FilterSet from yaml config.

          type MatchType

          type MatchType string

            MatchType describes the type of pattern matching a FilterSet uses to filter strings.

            const (
            	// Regexp is the FilterType for filtering by regexp string matches.
            	Regexp MatchType = "regexp"
            	// Strict is the FilterType for filtering by exact string matches.
            	Strict MatchType = "strict"
            	// MatchTypeFieldName is the mapstructure field name for MatchType field.
            	MatchTypeFieldName = "match_type"
            )

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            Path Synopsis
            Package regexp provides an implementation to match strings against a set of regexp string filters.
            Package regexp provides an implementation to match strings against a set of regexp string filters.
            Package strict provides an implementation to match strings against a set of exact match string filters.
            Package strict provides an implementation to match strings against a set of exact match string filters.