Clog rules have a very simple syntax, which is this:
# <comment> <section> rule <pattern> --> <action> ...
A rule must occupy one and only one line. You cannot break rules over several lines, or combined two rules on one line.
A comment begins with the '
#' character, and continues until
the end of the line. You can add arbitrary descriptions using comments, or
you can disable a rule by putting a '
#' at the beginning of
the line. Example rule file fragment:
# This is a rule that finds lines containing the word 'ignore' # and removes them from the output. default rule "ignore" --> suppress # Does not check for word boundaries