tokenize_script_output: not setting tokens

Version 1.62.0


Bug introduced into the code July 27th, preventing the use of: tokenize_script_output=1 where a |CUSTOM| token set to something like this: |?T=hello| |$/usr/local/bin/php <?php echo "|"; echo "?T=goodbye|\n"; ?> DONE| #T is |T| Would have generated the output: |?T=goodbye| #T is hello Where it should not have output the |?T=goodbye| part, but instead should have output only: #T is goodbye

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