The line with whitespace on it (an empty line doesn't do it for me) is fairly trivial - but silly not to have found. Thanks for finding it for me!
The other issue I should have fixed before uploading, but I sort of forgot about it. On investigation it could be more important than I'd thought and has now been fixed in my current version. It probably doesn't affect current functionality, but my test suite runs against a module version of the code so I've not run the combined version against the test suite to check.
I'll upload an updated version to CPAN soon.
Thanks for the help!
Update: an updated version has been uploaded as http://cpan.perl.org/authors/id/G/GR/GRANDPA/PMEdit/PMEdit-001.000202-1.pl and should appear soonish at a mirror near you. ;)
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