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As a windows users, it makes the most sense to store whatever data you want to store in the same folder as the script itself is stored in, at least by default. Most applications for windows work this way for default, so it's expected.

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    [Corion]: I spent parts of yesterday digging into Filter::Simple to make it not change the line numbers of unfiltered code, but I think I need regex help (which will come in a SoPW I guess). I tried @lines = /((?:"...."|[^" \n]+)\n)/gs, but that matched on...
    [Corion]: ... foo "\0\0\0\n" bar\n by matching the first \n instead of matching the four-bytes-in- double-quotes part
    [Corion]: ... and I still don't understand why ;)
    [Corion]: This is because Filter::Simple does some string-trickery, replacing all string literals with "quoted packed numbers"
    [Corion]: I fear this might be a bug in the RE engine, but if it is a bug, even fixing won't help me because I need Filter::Simple for Filter::signatures , which provides signatures as a backwards compatibility feature for Perl <5.22 - and these ...
    [Corion]: ... won't get a fix anyway ;) My plan B is to encode the string placeholders avoiding \r and \n

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