When I use a regex like:
Redirection changes it to:
At the first
\.html I really want a literal dot and I've put a \ before it... And Redirection puts one \ more, breaking the Regex.
At the second
.+ Redirection puts one \ before the dot, when I want to say .+ (any character some times, but at least one)
You can correct it, stoping to put erroneous \ at the regex?