Heh, on further thought, they may be the same issue after all.

In  `/(...) { ... $i ... $0 ... }`,  both the $i and the $0 (or $/ rather) are 
outer lexicals from the point of view of the curly block, right?

So it might be a general problem with the way that *code blocks inside regexes* 
access outer lexicals.

(It doesn't happen with code blocks *outside* of regexes, and as the other 
ticket demonstrates, also doesn't happen inside the regex-portion of regexes.)

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