[IronPython] Django, __unicode__, and #20366
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Feb 1 22:40:35 CET 2010
On 01/02/2010 21:35, Jeff Hardy wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 2:21 PM, Dino Viehland<dinov at microsoft.com> wrote:
>> It always prefers __unicode__ over __str__. We can't really only call
>> __unicode__ when __str__ isn't there because __str__ is always there.
> OK - didn't realize that. Not sure it would really improve the
> behaviour all that much anyway.
> Anything that really needs to know the difference and support
> IronPython can just check `str is unicode` anyway.
> Random thought: str(x, yes_really=True) to always call __str__? :)
How about having str and unicode as different objects internally - so
IronPython can tell the difference - but fake equality and identity
checks *inside* IronPython. :-)
Or do something a bit similar to what Python 3 does with super...
Compile different code for str(...) and unicode(...). I think I prefer
that to the above. :-)
> - Jeff
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