pgsql: Change regex \D and \W shorthands to always match newlines.
Change regex \D and \W shorthands to always match newlines.
Newline is certainly not a digit, nor a word character, so it is
sensible that it should match these complemented character classes.
Previously, \D and \W acted that way by default, but in
newline-sensitive mode ('n' or 'p' flag) they did not match newlines.
This behavior was previously forced because explicit complemented
character classes don't match newlines in newline-sensitive mode;
but as of the previous commit that implementation constraint no
longer exists. It seems useful to change this because the primary
real-world use for newline-sensitive mode seems to be to match the
... and their default behavior is that these match newlines.
The old behavior can be kept by writing an explicit complemented
character class, i.e. [^[:digit:]] or [^[:word:]]. (This means
that \D and \W are not exactly equivalent to those strings, but
they weren't anyway.)