I believe that the input sequence ''/'' should produce the single
character / on output. It does for html but gives the 3 characters "/"
for lout.

I'd like to be more helpful and give a patch but understanding of
python is minimal. I don't even understand the relevant regex below:

                re.compile(  r"''([^\s](|.*?[^\s])'*)''"),


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