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Simpler test  perl -e " use open qw{:encoding(UTF-8) :std}; fork; "

c0000005 exception at encoding+0x356a

there are a few recent bug reports
#111344: warnings FATAL => utf8 not working on PerlIO::encoding layer and open pragma
#115262: PerlIO::encoding produces malformed utf8
#115692: PerlIO::encoding can croak, aborting cleanup
PUSHSTACKi/POPSTACK#98060: possible bug in PerlIO::encoding

and http://perl5.git.perl.org/perl.git/history/HEAD:/ext/PerlIO-encoding shows very recent edits

but , while compiling the very latest works, the tests fail with Unknown PerlIO layer "encoding"

So you should probably perlbug this, and maybe mention this thread and probably that PUSHSTACKi report


In reply to Re: Parallel::ForkManager and utf8::all crash perl on Windows ( use open qw{:encoding(UTF-8) :std}; fork; ## PerlIO/encoding.dll ) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Parallel::ForkManager and utf8::all crash perl on Windows by szabgab

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