1. Remove old qq code (it's all in the q code now)
2. Make <<>> work
3. Regular expressions are parsed as qq//, but with no backslash protection at
all. (Should it be partial backslash protection for \qq and \<delim>?)
4. Hash subscripts using <> or <<>> are parsed with the same code as general
quotations. This means interpolation, etc. is done just like q:w or qq:ww.
Note: For now :ww acts just like :w, i.e. no protection. This is because I
don't know what the semantics should be. (I asked on p6l, but the jury is
still in deliberations. Or maybe they declared a mistrial while I wasn't
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Thanks, applied to svn.perl.org and will mergeback tomorrow to openfoundry.