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

4E13DF05.6060807@khwilliamson.comOn 07/05/2011 05:48 PM, Jesse Vincent wrote: > > > > On Tue, Jul 05, 2011 at 05:46:40PM -0600, Karl Williamson wrote: >> This "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. > > Is it being used? (Are folks cpanning modules that use it?) > > -j > Not very much. I found some Pugs and Perl6 references to itThread Previous

- Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, from being experimental? by Karl Williamson
- Re: Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, frombeing experimental ? by Jesse Vincent
- Re: Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, from beingexperimental ? by Zsbán Ambrus
- Solving the *real* Dot Problem (was: Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, from being experimental?) by Tom Christiansen
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem (was: Is 5.16 the time to remove\N, the complement of \n, from being experimental?) by Brian Fraser
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem by Karl Williamson
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem (was: Is 5.16 the time to remove\N, the complement of \n, from being experimental?) by H.Merijn Brand
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem (was: Is 5.16 the time toremove \N, the complement of \n, from being experimental?) by Abigail
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem by Johan Vromans
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem (was: Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, from being experimental?) by Tom Christiansen
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem by Johan Vromans
- FMTEYEWTK about Unicode Grapheme Matching (was: Solving the *real* Dot Problem) by Tom Christiansen
- Re: Solving the *real* Dot Problem by David Golden
- Re: Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, frombeing experimental ? by Abigail
**Re: Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, from beingexperimental ?**by Karl Williamson

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