FAQ

The second, in the regex engine, causes '.' to match against
bytes rather than characters when using the /s operator for
the regex match. I thought I had a suitable patch, unfortunately
it merely succeeded in breaking \C instead :-( I've attached
it anyway as it may help someone else develop a proper patch
for this problem. Also attached a script to demo the problem.
Will investigate, thanks for the demo script. (The \C is Evil.)
Try whether #11575 (use http://public.activestate.com/cgi-bin/perlbrowse)
works for you.

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