Python Unicode handling wins again -- mostly
breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Dec 1 23:06:10 CET 2013
On 01/12/2013 20:54, Tim Delaney wrote:
> On 2 December 2013 07:15, <wxjmfauth at gmail.com
> <mailto:wxjmfauth at gmail.com>> wrote:
> 0.11.13 02:44, Steven D'Aprano написав(ла):
> > (2) If you reverse that string, does it give "lëon"? The
> implication of
> > this question is that strings should operate on grapheme clusters
> > than code points. ...
> BTW, a grapheme cluster *is* a code points cluster.
> Anyone with a decent level of reading comprehension would have
> understood that Steven knows that. The implied word is "individual" i.e.
> "... rather than [individual] code points".
> Why am I responding to a troll? Probably because out of all his baseless
> complaints about the FSR, he *did* have one valid point about
> performance that has now been fixed.
> Tim Delaney
I don't remember him ever having a valid point, so FTR can we have a
reference please. I do remember Steven D'Aprano showing that there was
a regression which I flagged up here http://bugs.python.org/issue16061.
It was fixed by Serhiy Storchaka, who appears to have forgotten more
about Python than I'll ever know, grrr!!! :)
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