Yes, this is a regression from #322.
I tried a quick hack which strips the apostrophe from the word beginning and
end if the style before resp. after the word is different. In this context
`style` means highlighting types like string, identifier, keyword and similar.
This works pretty good for your examples but it fails on Python's triple
Another, simpler approach could be to strip any apostrophes at word start and
end. This might accidentally delete a legit apostrophe like in plural forms of
the possessive case (e.g. `The players’ boots`) but this should have no
negative effect on spell checking as the rest of the word must be valid anyway,
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