>Normally, I would suggest that you use the current release of firefox
>(49) because *every* new release fixes vulnerabilities, but I don't
>think the build system has changed much since FF48 so moving to FF49
>will not change the build problem.
>I still have no idea why your first build reported the unicode
>error, although it seems there have been a lot of similar problems
>in Python-2.7 over the years. My scripted builds use
> export LC_ALL=C
>but I have made several manual builds with LC_ALL=en_GB.UTF-8 and
>not seen anything like your error.
>I suppose that using clean source and setting LC_ALL might fix it.
>I know that there are a lot of references to xx_YY.utf8 values, but
>xx_YY.UTF-8 always looks safer - my build log from glibc shows
Yes. If I set "LC_ALL=C" before "make -f client.mk", the problem is also fixed.
I checked my "locale" output and LC_ALL was not set:
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