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Changes for version 0.006

  • Update copyright from 2009 to 2009-2010. Parse \N{...} in accordance with perl5115delta. The curlys must contain an alpha followed by alphanumerics, spaces, parens, colons, or dashes. \N{ without a matching } is a character class (if legal) followed by a literal '{'. Parse \N inside a character class as PPI::Regexp::Token::Unknown, since Perl 5.11.5 considers this a compile error. A \N{...} inside a character class is still OK. Add method match() to PPIx::Regexp::Tokenizer. This is analogous to capture(), but returns the entire matched string.