Unicode error handler
walter at livinglogic.de
Wed Jan 31 17:47:39 CET 2007
Hieu.D.Hoang at gmail.com wrote:
> On Jan 30, 11:28 pm, Walter Dörwald <wal... at livinglogic.de> wrote:
>> codecs.register_error("transliterate", transliterate)
> Really, really slick solution.
> Though, why was it [:1], not ? ;-)
No particular reason, unicodedata.normalize("NFD", ...) should never
return an empty string.
> And one more thing:
>> def transliterate(exc):
>> if not isinstance(exc, UnicodeEncodeError):
>> raise TypeError("don'ty know how to handle %r" % r)
> I don't understand what %r and r are and where they are from. The man
> 3 printf page doesn't have %r formatting.
%r means format the repr() result, and r was supposed to be exc. ;)
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