it takes 's+' as starting of substitution and wants another '+'
I am using branch mxd-perl6-merge
=snip for testing=
my $x = split /\s+/, $string;
== end snp==
Interesting. The mxd-perl6-merge branch is more of renormalist's territory, but I will take a look.
I have seen it but have no idea why it happens.
And I already investigated into similar issues from time to time,
mostly without success.
I think it depends on the same monster-TODO as all other
of those little annoyances with my branches:
I need to rebase everything on top of the GNU-Emacs variant,
not ILYAZ' upstream.
The GNU-Emacs variant generally works better than the
XEmacs centric ILYAZ version which I unfortunately chose
for all my work when I started in 2005.
Doing that rebase and with it running through all the merge
conflicts again is a lot of effort - I didn't take the time to do that yet.