2.3: test test_normalization failed

Hans-Joachim Widmaier hjwidmaier at web.de
Fri Aug 15 12:15:42 CEST 2003

Michael Hudson <mwh at python.net> wrote in message news:<7h33cg4403q.fsf at pc150.maths.bris.ac.uk>...

[test failure with 4.0.0]

> This is known: Python from CVS explicitly requests the 3.2 file.

Maybe test_normalization.py should look at the file version itself and
tell the unsuspicious that it really wants the 3.2 version.

> I would imagine it being something like unicode 4 adding more
> characters, but Python 2.3 -- being built on 3.2 normalization data --
> doesn't know how these new character compose or decompose.  Just a
> guess.

Sounds reasonable. So the 2.3 normalization is just incomplete
regarding the newest standard.



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