[Python-3000] Support for PEP 3131
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Thu May 24 09:10:51 CEST 2007
--- "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
> > 2. "python" allows only ASCII identifiers.
> "python -U" allows
> > Unicode identifiers that are in NFC and
> use a conservative,
> > *fixed* subset of the available
> characters. Support for
> > "-U" is a compile-time option, preferably
> not compiled into
> > official binary releases of Python.
> > 3. "python" and "python -U" are as above.
> "python -UU" allows
> > all Unicode identifier characters (which
> may grow over time
> > as the Unicode standard changes). Support
> for "-UU" is a
> > compile-time option, never on in official
> binary releases of
> > Python, and discouraged with "here be
> dragons" warnings, etc.
> This would cripple the feature, so I'm -1.
FWIW the Ruby interpreter (1.8.5) seems to require
this flag to allow you to turn on the Japanese code
-Kkcode specifies KANJI (Japanese) code-set
I have no idea whether or not this cripples the
feature in Ruby, and perhaps it's an apples/oranges
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