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From meunierd <>
Subject [GitHub] beam pull request #2866: [BEAM-2150] Relax regex to support wildcard globbin...
Date Wed, 03 May 2017 20:24:33 GMT
GitHub user meunierd opened a pull request:

    [BEAM-2150] Relax regex to support wildcard globbing for GCS

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    Something I've noticed is that Beam's usage of the GCS API doesn't leverage delimiters
so we're actually always iterating over the full set of objects after the prefix which is
why this PR is so tiny.
    Ideally, we can actually specify the delimiter `/` when not using  recursive wildcards
(`**`) for some efficiency gains.

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    This closes #2866
commit 6d0d6257040a9725b22f4c94bdaa2de388fd2e65
Author: Devon Meunier <>
Date:   2017-05-03T20:22:16Z

    [BEAM-2150] Relax regex to support wildcard globbing for GCS


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