On Saturday, May 24, 2014 2:29:57 AM UTC+2, Oliver wrote:
> In fact looking at the exact data this is almost certain to be what's 
> happening. Bytes >128 are being replaced by the three byte sequence 0xef 
> 0xbf 0xbd which is the UTF-8 encoding of U+FFFD - the "replacement 
> character" often used to replace unrepresentable characters when 
> transcoding.
Ok, then I probably know what is causing the problem, and it is exactly the 
fact that the byte sequence is then being represented as a string. I need 
to better check the ZeroMQ API and see what I can do about it.

Thanks for your help! 

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