[Python-Dev] Removing --with-wctype-functions support
mal at egenix.com
Tue Apr 26 22:32:13 CEST 2005
Martin v. Löwis wrote:
> S.Çağlar Onur wrote:
>>I want to know status of
> The status is that they are still there.
Due to lack of time on my part.
>>Will python remove wctype functions support from its core?
> I don't know what MAL's plans are these days, but it is likely that
> he will remove the functions from the places where they are used
> at the moment.
Right. I haven't heard any complaints, so that's the plan.
>>If it will, what about locale-dependent case conversation functions?
>>Without this support python behaves wrong in tr_TR.UTF-8 locale.
Could you be more specific about the problem ? It's probably
best to open a bug report in SourceForge.
> I can sympathise with the problem. IMO, the right solution is to provide
> them throught the locale module. That would have the advantage that
> the choice of locale-awareness of Unicode case conversions (etc.) is
> a per-script decision, rather than an interpreter built-time decision.
> Patches in this direction (adding the functions to _localemodule.c)
> are welcome, independent of whether they are removed from the methods
> on Unicode objects. Such functions should probably polymorphically
> operate both on byte strings and Unicode strings, allowing to deprecate
> the locale-specific methods on strings as well.
+1, though we will only want to deprecate the "locale dependency",
not the methods themselves ;-)
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