[Mailman-Users] UnicodeDecodeError during Archive Obscuring
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Mon Nov 26 00:21:00 CET 2007
Mark Sapiro writes:
> Tokio Kikuchi wrote:
> >> File "/usr/local/mailman/Mailman/Archiver/HyperArch.py", line 579, in
> >> as_text
> >> atmark = unicode(_(' at '), Utils.GetCharSet(self._lang))
> >> UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xd0 in position 1:
> >> ordinal not in range(128)
> >It is not ' at ' itself but it's translation which caused this error.
> >It's strange though the language set immediately before should work for
> >its unicode conversion.
> It's even stranger than that. the codec is 'ascii'. The only language
> with a charset of 'ascii' is 'en' and if the language is 'en', where
> does the '\xd0' come from?
Almost certainly, the language is not 'en', the language is 'unknown'.
The last time there was a spate of these problems, I took a quick look
at the code. It appears to me that the Email module takes the MIME
spec seriously, and applies the defaults to that case, ie, language =
'en' and charset = 'us-ascii'. IOW, it tests that headers are ASCII
by decoding them as ASCII. Boom! Since there's no try specific to
that attempt, you end up with the default catchall try.
I didn't have enough time to really understand what was going on, so
this is really a wild-ass guess. Hope it helps, anyway.
Happy Thanksgiving (and roudou-kansha-hi)!
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