[Python-Dev] Unicode identifiers in test files?

Serhiy Storchaka storchaka at gmail.com
Sat May 4 02:48:04 EDT 2019

04.05.19 05:46, Eric V. Smith пише:
> Is there a policy against using Unicode identifiers in test files?
> As part of adding !d to f-strings, there's a code path that's only 
> executed if the text of the expression is non-ascii. The easiest way to 
> exercise it, and the way I found a bug, is by using an identifier with 
> Unicode chars. I know we have a policy against this in Lib/, but what 
> about Lib/test/?
> I could work around this with exec-ing some strings, but that seems like 
> added confusion that I'd avoid with a real Unicode identifier.

Could you use string literals with non-ascii characters? They are more 
used in tests.

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