[Python-Dev] testing Fredrik's UCN patch on Linux64 (works! :)
Wed, 26 Jul 2000 10:27:13 -0700
> > - Fredrik had a new, better replacement? Fredrik?
> my patch is here:
> (it's ~600k, which is more than sourceforge can handle)
> if you have some time to spare, feel tree to try it out on your
> favourite 64-bit platform (I haven't had time to test it on our
> alphas, but I'm pretty sure it'll work).
Happy to try it....
> the patch doesn't update the build files, so you need to do some
> manual tweaking to make sure the unicodenames module is built.
I.e. just slap a unicodenames line in Modules/Setup?
[trentm@nickel src]$ ./python Lib/test/test_ucn.py
Testing General Unicode Character Name, and case insensitivity... done.
Testing misc. symbols for unicode character name expansion.... done.
Testing unicode character name expansion strict error handling.... done.
[trentm@nickel src]$ ./python Lib/test/regrtest.py test_ucn
1 test OK.
It works. Do I need to try it on Win64. It is more of a pain to try it there
because the Win64 build system is a big f***ing mess.