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Since I really needed the functionality described above, I 
came up with a broke-around. It's a sufficient replacement, 
maybe it belongs in some FAQ:

>>> import re
>>> re.sub('(?im)^$', '\f', 'foo\n\nbar').split('\f')
['foo\n', '\nbar']

Another "magic" byte could replace '\f'...

Regards, Jan
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