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July 5, 2011 16:47Subject:

Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, from being experimental?Message ID:

4E13A260.1070301@khwilliamson.comThis "experimental" feature was added in 5.12. I have heard no complaints about it. The changes would be to strip the pods of the marking it experimental.Thread Next

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