regenerating unicodedata for py2.7 using py3

Martin v. Loewis martin at
Thu Nov 18 18:45:55 CET 2010

> Thanks for the confirmation Martin!
> Do you think, it the mentioned omission of the character names of some
> CJK ranges in unicodedata intended, or should it be reported to the
> tracker?

It's certainly a bug. So a bug report would be appreciated, but much
more so a patch. Ideally, the patch would either be completely
forward-compatible (should the CJK ranges change in future Unicode
or at least have a safe-guard to detect that the data file is getting
out of sync with the C implementation.


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