[pypy-issue] Issue #2937: os functions return '??' for unicode characters in paths on windows (pypy/pypy)
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Sun Jan 6 05:32:41 EST 2019
New issue 2937: os functions return '??' for unicode characters in paths on windows
I have a few files that contain emojis in their names, and also a folder that has such. Commands like `os.getcwd`, `os.listdir`, `os.path.realpath`, etc. will cause this to happen. This is also a problem with pure windows installations of python2. ( https://bugs.python.org/issue35670?@ok_message=msg%20333100%20created%0Aissue%2035670%20created&@template=item )
I have not yet been able to test if this happens on non-windows installations of pypy2.
For example, say you have a folder simply called '🔭'. If you run python inside of it and run `os.getcwd()` you will simply get `'??'` as the result. This breaks MANY of my programs that depend on knowing exactly where they are, and knowing the contents of a directory to pass to other functions.
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