Hello! And thank you for doing such a fine job of maintaining Text::CSV_XS.
Does the release of Text::CSV_XS version 1.02 mean that I can now use Text::CSV_XS to parse UTF-8 Concordance DAT files, something it couldn't do before? The peculiar characteristics of a Concordance DAT file are that it uses a control character as the separator character (U+0014) and a non-ASCII/non-ISO-8859-1 character as the string delimiter character (U+00FE), which is encoded with two bytes in UTF-8. (See Best Way To Parse Concordance DAT File Using Modern Perl? and Peculiar Reference To U+00FE In Text::CSV_XS Documentation.)