[Python-Dev] New Python Initialization API
Le jeu. 28 mars 2019 ? 05:27, Stephen J. Turnbull
<turnbull.stephen.fw at u.tsukuba.ac.jp> a ?crit :
> Victor Stinner writes:
> > I just fixed the mojibake issue in Python 3.8 by disabling C locale
> > coercion and UTF-8 Mode by default. I'm not sure if nor how Python 3.7
> > should be fixed in a minor 3.7.x release.
> That sounds like a potential regression. Those two features were
> added *and turned on by default* (which really means "if you detect
> LC_TYPE=C, coerce") to relieve previously existing mojibake/
> UnicodeError issues due to ASCII-only environments that are difficult
> to configure (such as containers). Turning them on by default was the
> controversial part -- it was known that on or off, some environments
> would have problems, and that's why they needed PEPs. Do those issues
> return now? If so, where is the PEP rationale for defaulting to "on"
If you use "python3.8", there is no change. I'm only talking about the
specific case of Python embedded in an application: when you use the C
Night gathers, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death.