STINNER Victor added the comment:

>>> It tests nothing on utf-8 locale (test passed even when bug is not fixed).
>> The issue is about Windows and UTF-8 is never used as filesystem encoding on 
>> Windows.
> The issue exists on Linux as I reported in msg173373.

I don't understand your problem. Non-ASCII filenames were already supported 
with UTF-8 locale encoding. The new test checks that there is no regression 
with UTF-8 locale encoding. The test pass without the fix because it was not 


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