|Subject:||Mishandles octal and hexadecimal entities|
man perlpod (for 5.14) states for E<number>: The ASCII/Latin-1/Unicode character with that number. A leading "0x" means that number is hex, as in "E<0x201E>". A leading "0" means that number is octal, as in "E<075>". Otherwise number is interpreted as being in decimal, as in "E<181>". Pod::SAX does not understand octal or hexadecimal entities. What's worse, it treats octal entities as decimal, producing bad output.