Michael Fuhr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Tom Lane wrote:
>>> Hmm ... if it's *not* a version thing then I really do want to know
>>> what's causing it. Anyone have an idea why this machine is saying
>>> '\u80' where everyone else's python says u'\x80' ?
> The regression tests that are failing are from the patch I submitted
> about a month ago to fix a core dump in PL/Python:
> The tests exercise the error checking that the patch added, doing
> things that previously caused a segmentation fault but that now
> raise an exception. Should those tests remain in place? If so,
> should we rewrite them to avoid the version-specific Python messages
> (possibly by wrapping them in a PL/pgSQL function that traps the
> errors), or should we just leave the tests alone now that we think
> we understand what's happening?
Well, if it is just a Python version issue then all we need do is add
a variant expected-output file to match. I was just expressing a
desire to know that for sure before we wallpaper over the symptom...
regards, tom lane
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