I could have sworn I'd filed a bug on this, but I can't find it. So here's a new one. Right now, the histogram selector only matches from the beginning of the histogram name. But I should be able to type "JPEG" into the histogram selector and see all histograms which contain "JPEG". What I'd like is something which roughly follows the following idiom. Here, |search| is what the user typed into the search box, and |hist| is the histogram name. This function returns true if |hist| matches |search|. def match(search, hist): search_split = set(search.toLowerCase().split()) # split on spaces hist_split = set(special_split(hist.toLowerCase())) # Return true if every element in search_split is in hist_split return search_split.isSubset(hist_split) def special_split(str): # Split |str| on "_", but return every possible joining of tokens. For example, # special_split("foo_bar_baz") returns ["foo", "bar", "baz", "bee", "foo_bar", # "bar_baz", "foo_bar_baz"]. # # Implementation left as an exercise to the reader. :)
Should be # special_split("foo_bar_baz") returns ["foo", "bar", "baz", "foo_bar", # "bar_baz", "foo_bar_baz"].
Can you write that in perl please? ;)
Ah! For perl, I imagine I could get close with $ cat /dev/urandom | head -n10
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Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
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Target Milestone: Unreviewed → Backlogged - BZ
Whiteboard: Telemetry -- needs PM project priority → [Telemetry:P1]
when searching for a measure it will not look only from the beginning of the string, but all string, for example, if you type "collector" it will show all measures that have "collector"
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
(In reply to Paulo Pires from comment #6) > when searching for a measure it will not look only from the beginning of the > string, but all string, for example, if you type "collector" it will show > all measures that have "collector" I don't see this behavior for Histogram and Evolution views, only in the Slow SQL view. Am I misunderstadning?
As Justin mentioned on IRC, if you don't see this functionality you should clear your cache.
The fix was accidentally regressed last week. We re-opened the JIRA and are re-deploying the fix today.
This has been re-fixed.
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