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#1 2020-05-26 17:01:25

afval
Member
Registered: 2020-05-26
Posts: 1

Pluckeye no longer automatically removes onetime rules of the past

When I used Pluckeye in the past it would behave in the following way:
1. I set a onetime rule (e.g. onetime now+1h whiteout)
2. As soon as the period for which the onetime rule was valid, had passed, the rule would be automatically removed.

In the current version of pluckeye I have a list of more than 30 onetime rules (now written as "when 20200526175932-20200526185932 allow everything" ) from the past in my configuration file that have not been removed automatically.

Is this behaviour a bug? Or was it a conscious choice to no longer automatically remove rules that don't serve a purpose anymore?

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#2 2020-05-28 21:29:36

RNYC
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Registered: 2017-01-14
Posts: 256

Re: Pluckeye no longer automatically removes onetime rules of the past

Someone asked a similar question here.

So Jon is aware of the issue and I think it is on his list of things for a future update. He provided the other person a little (Linux) script to get rid of the old entries without having to copy and paste them into your terminal.

If you don't use Linux, Jon could probably re-write for Windows.

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