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I'd go with a database or file system equivalent (such as CSV) for a number of reasons: SQL querying is a lot easier to learn, use, and maintain than regex Updating your baselines for changes is a matter of a simple update statement or file copy You can control what appears in your baselines and output if you pipe all your output to file/database (or if ...


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IMHO investing in a transition to a standardized results storage in a database will pay off big time in the long run: changes to script output would only require matching changes in the method of normalizing the results before storing them in the DB validating results would become simple comparisons between standard DB field values easy to handle various ...



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