[issue42930] xml.parsers.expat results differ buffer_text and / or buffer_size

2021-01-15 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Just a guess, but the buffer size might be so small that the text that you expect gets passed via **two** calls to _char_data(). You should refactor your code the simply collect all the text in _char_data() and act on it in the _end_element() handler. So

[issue38352] In typing docs, note explicit import needed for IO and Pattern/Match

2020-12-04 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Shadowing the real modules `re` and `io` by from typing import * would indeed be bad, but that argument IMHO doesn't hold for the types `IO`, `TextIO` and `BinaryIO`, yet they are not listed in `typing.__all__`. Is there a reason

[issue41465] io.TextIOWrapper.errors not writable

2020-08-06 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: I guess that is good enough. "Being changeable" does not necessarily mean mean "being changeable via attribute assignment". Thanks for your research. Closing the issue as "not a bug". -- resolution: -> not a bug

[issue41465] io.TextIOWrapper.errors not writable

2020-08-03 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald : PEP 293 states the following: """ For stream readers/writers the errors attribute must be changeable to be able to switch between different error handling methods during the lifetime of the stream reader/writer. This is cur

[issue41115] Codecs should raise precise UnicodeDecodeError or UnicodeEncodeError

2020-06-25 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: UnicodeEncodeError and UnicodeDecodeError are used to report un(en|de)codedable ranges in the source object, so it wouldn't make sense to use them for errors that have nothing to do with problems in the source object. Their constructor requires 5 arguments

[issue35078] Allow customization of CSS class name of a month in calendar module

2020-06-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Change by Walter Dörwald : -- resolution: -> fixed stage: patch review -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.or

[issue35078] Allow customization of CSS class name of a month in calendar module

2020-06-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: New changeset 85339f5c220a5e79c47c3a33c93f1dca5c59c52e by Srinivas Reddy Thatiparthy (శ్రీనివాస్ రెడ్డి తాటిపర్తి) in branch 'master': bpo-35078: Allow customization of CSS class name of a month in calendar module (gh-10137) https://github.com/python

[issue39939] Add str methods to remove prefixes or suffixes

2020-03-20 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: IMHO the names don't fit Pythons current naming scheme, so what about naming them "lchop" and "rchop"? -- nosy: +doerwalter ___ Python tracker <https://bug

[issue38482] BUG in codecs.BufferedIncrementalDecoder

2019-10-17 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: codecs.iterencode()/iterdecode() are just shallow 10-line wrappers around incremental codecs (which are used as the basis of io streams). Note that the doc string for iterencode() contains: Encodes the input strings from the iterator using

[issue38482] BUG in codecs.BufferedIncrementalDecoder

2019-10-15 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The documentation might be unclear here. But the argument iterator of iterdecode(iterator, encoding, errors='strict', **kwargs) *is* supposed to be an iterable over bytes objects. In fact iterencode() transforms an iterator over strings into an iterator

[issue34443] enum repr should use __qualname__

2019-07-17 Thread Walter Dörwald
Change by Walter Dörwald : -- pull_requests: +14603 stage: needs patch -> patch review pull_request: https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/14809 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issu

[issue34443] enum repr should use __qualname__

2019-07-16 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Can we at least get the __qualname__ in exception messages? Currently enum.Enum.__new__() and enum.Enum._missing_() use: raise ValueError("%r is not a valid %s" % (value, cls.__name__)) IMHO this should be: raise ValueError("%r is

[issue2661] Mapping tests cannot be passed by user implementations

2018-12-14 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: OK, I've created the pull request (11157). -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue2661> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list m

[issue2661] Mapping tests cannot be passed by user implementations

2018-12-14 Thread Walter Dörwald
Change by Walter Dörwald : -- pull_requests: +10390 stage: needs patch -> patch review ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue2661> ___ ___ Python-

[issue34935] Misleading error message in str.decode()

2018-10-08 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: OK, I see, http://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode5.2.0/ch03.pdf (Table 3-7 on page 93) states that the only valid 3-bytes UTF-8 sequences starting with the byte 0xED have a value for the second byte in the range 0x80 to 0x9F. 0xA0 is just beyond that range

[issue34935] Misleading error message in str.decode()

2018-10-08 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald : The following code issues a misleading exception message: >>> b'\xed\xa0\xbd\xed\xb3\x9e'.decode("utf-8") Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in UnicodeDecodeError: 'utf-8' codec can't decode byte 0xed in posi

[issue34443] enum repr should use __qualname__

2018-08-20 Thread Walter Dörwald
Change by Walter Dörwald : -- keywords: +easy ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue34443> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue34443] enum repr should use __qualname__

2018-08-20 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald : The __repr__ output of an enum class should use __qualname__ instead of __name__. The following example shows the problem: import enum class X: class I: pass class Y: class I(enum.Enum): pass print(X.I) print(Y.I) This prints: I

[issue33967] functools.singledispatch: Misleading exception when calling without arguments

2018-06-26 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald : When I call a function decorated with functools.singledispatch without an argument, I get the following: $ python Python 3.6.5 (default, Jun 17 2018, 12:13:06) [GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple LLVM 9.1.0 (clang-902.0.39.2)] on darwin Type "help",

[issue33850] Json.dump() bug when using generator

2018-06-13 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The problem here is that StreamArray lies about the length of the iterator. This confuses json.encoder._make_iterencode._iterencode_list(), (which is called by json.dump()), because it first does a check for "if not lst" and then assumes i

[issue30733] Typo in Document What's New: Calendar

2017-06-26 Thread Walter Dörwald
Changes by Walter Dörwald <wal...@livinglogic.de>: -- stage: -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.

[issue30733] Typo in Document What's New: Calendar

2017-06-26 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Should be fixed now. Thanks for noticing it. -- resolution: -> fixed ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.python.or

[issue30733] Typo in Document What's New: Calendar

2017-06-26 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: New changeset f5c58c781aa0bb296885baf62f4f39100f2cd93d by Walter Dörwald in branch 'master': bpo-30733: Fix typos in "What's New" entry (GH-2414) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/f5c58c781aa0bb296885baf62f4f39100f2cd93d -- nosy: +

[issue30733] Typo in Document What's New: Calendar

2017-06-26 Thread Walter Dörwald
Changes by Walter Dörwald <wal...@livinglogic.de>: -- pull_requests: +2463 ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.python.org/issue30733> ___

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-06-06 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Closing the issue. The patch has been merged. -- resolution: -> fixed stage: patch review -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.pyt

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-06-06 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: New changeset 8b7a4cc40e9b2f34da94efb75b158da762624015 by Walter Dörwald (Oz N Tiram) in branch 'master': bpo-30095: Make CSS classes used by calendar.HTMLCalendar customizable (GH-1439) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-06-01 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: See comments on the pull request. Also it seems that currently the pull request can't be merged because of merge conflicts. -- ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.python.org/i

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-05-31 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: See my comments on the pull request: https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/1439 After you address those, IMHO this is ready to be merged. -- ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.p

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-05-05 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: See comments on Github -- ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.python.org/issue30095> ___ ___ Pyth

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-04-24 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The second link is a 404. For the v1 patch: The variable names are a bit inconsistent: The first uses "classes" all others use "styles". This should be consistent within itself and with the existing code, i.e. "classes" sh

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-04-19 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: OK, go ahead. I'm looking forward to what you come up with. -- ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.python.org/i

[issue30095] HTMLCalendar allow custom classes

2017-04-19 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: IMHO this could all be done by overwriting the relevant methods. But this might be overkill. I think a solution might be to move the CSS classes into class attributes of HTMLCalendar. Customizing the CSS classes would then be done by subclassing HTMLCalendar

[issue18059] Add multibyte encoding support to pyexpat

2017-03-27 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: This looks to me like a limited reimplementation of the codec machinery. Why not use incremental codecs as a preprocessor? Would this be to slow? -- ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org>

[issue29095] Compiling Python 3.6 from source on MacOS X Sierra

2016-12-29 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: OK, with the fixed CFLAGS definition I do indeed get a working ssl module. I wonder whether the link Ned posted should be put into the README file. Anyway I think the issue can be closed. Thanks for the help

[issue29095] Compiling Python 3.6 from source on MacOS X Sierra

2016-12-29 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: OK, I've set CFLAGS and LDFLAGS as you suggested. However the ssl module still doesn't get built. Attached is the new build log (Python3.6-build2.log) -- Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file46073/Python3.6-build2.log

[issue29095] Compiling Python 3.6 from source on MacOS X Sierra

2016-12-29 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: No, neither CFLAGS nor LDFLAGS are set, the only "FLAGS" environment variable I have set is ARCHFLAGS='-arch x86_64' (I can't remember why). However unsetting this variable doesn't change the result. --

[issue29095] Compiling Python 3.6 from source on MacOS X Sierra

2016-12-28 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald: I'm trying to compile Python 3.6 from source on MacOS X Sierra. However it seems that the _ssl module doesn't get built. Attached is the complete output. Note that I have openssl installed via homebrew: ~/ ▸ brew list openssl /usr/local/Cellar/openssl

[issue28281] Remove year limits from calendar

2016-09-27 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: I don't think that's necessary. What's the use case for this? And if we want to to this, wouldn't it be better to enhance datetime, so that this use case is supported too? -- ___ Python tracker <

[issue26151] str(bytes) does __repr__() instead of __str__()

2016-01-19 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: > Who's talking about latin-1 in Python3? Of course str() needs to return > decode('utf-8'). So that would mean that: print(b"\xff") will always fail! -- nosy: +doerwalter ___ Pyt

[issue26151] str(bytes) does __repr__() instead of __str__()

2016-01-19 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: But this leads to uninspectable objects. -- ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.python.org/i

[issue7267] format method: c presentation type broken in 2.7

2015-11-09 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Don't worry, I've switched to using Python 3 in 2012, where this isn't a problem. ;) -- ___ Python tracker <rep...@bugs.python.org> <http://bugs.python.org/

[issue24474] Accidental exception chaining in inspect.Signature.bind()

2015-06-19 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald: When an exception is raised by inspect.Signature.bind() in some cases the exception has a StopIteration as its __context__: import inspect try: inspect.signature(lambda x:None).bind() except Exception as exc: print(repr(exc)) print(repr(exc

[issue24102] Multiple type confusions in unicode error handlers

2015-05-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The patch does indeed fix the segmentation fault. However the exception message looks confusing: TypeError: don't know how to handle UnicodeEncodeError in error callback -- ___ Python tracker rep

[issue24102] Multiple type confusions in unicode error handlers

2015-05-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Looks much better. However shouldn't: exc-ob_type-tp_name be: Py_TYPE(exc)-tp_name (although there are still many spots in the source that still use ob_type-tp_name) -- ___ Python tracker rep

[issue19100] Use backslashreplace in pprint

2015-03-31 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The linked code at https://github.com/vadmium/python-iview/commit/68b0559 seems strange to me: try: text.encode(encoding, textio.errors or strict) except UnicodeEncodeError: text = text.encode(encoding, errors).decode(encoding

[issue23232] 'codecs' module functionality + its docs -- concerning custom codecs, especially non-string ones

2015-01-27 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: That analysis seems correct to me. Stateless and stream codecs were the original implementation. 2006 I implemented incremental codecs: http://bugs.python.org/issue1436130 The intent was to have stateful codecs that can work with iterators and generators

[issue22998] inspect.Signature and default arguments

2014-12-09 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The updated code in the documentation still doesn't set the * and ** parameters. I would have preferred the following code: for param in sig.parameters.values(): if param.name not in ba.arguments: if param.kind is inspect.Parameter.VAR_POSITIONAL

[issue19834] Unpickling exceptions pickled by Python 2

2014-12-04 Thread Walter Dörwald
Changes by Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de: -- status: open - closed ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue19834 ___ ___ Python-bugs

[issue22998] inspect.Signature and default arguments

2014-12-04 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald: inspect.Signature.bind() doesn't add values for parameters that are unspecified but have a default value. The documentation at https://docs.python.org/3/library/inspect.html#inspect.BoundArguments.arguments includes an example how to add default values

[issue22998] inspect.Signature and default arguments

2014-12-04 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The following doesn't work:: import inspect def foo(*args, **kwargs): return (args, kwargs) # Code from https://docs.python.org/3/library/inspect.html#inspect.BoundArguments.arguments to fill in the defaults sig = inspect.signature(foo

[issue21968] 'abort' object is not callable

2014-07-15 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The problem seems to be in that line: except imaplib.IMAP4_SSL.abort, imaplib.IMAP4.abort: This does *not* catch both exception classes, but catches only IMAP4_SSL.abort and stores the exception object in imaplib.IMAP4.abort. What you want is: except

[issue19806] smtpd crashes when a multi-byte UTF-8 sequence is split between consecutive data packets

2014-07-11 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: I don't know anything about SMTP, but would it make sense to use an incremental decoder for decoding UTF-8? -- nosy: +doerwalter ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue19806

[issue2661] Mapping tests cannot be passed by user implementations

2014-06-29 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Here is a patch that implements suggestion 2 and 3. -- keywords: +patch Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file35800/mapping-tests.diff ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue2661

[issue12808] Coverage of codecs.py

2014-06-28 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The requirement that getstate() returns a (buffer, int) tuple has to do with the fact that for text streams seek() and tell() somehow have to take the state of the codec into account. See _pyio.TextIOWrapper.(seek|tell|_pack_cookie|_unpack_cookie). However I

[issue21400] Code coverage documentation is out-of-date.

2014-04-30 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The cronjob that produces this information has been deactivated, because it currently produces broken output. The code for that job is available from here: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pycoco It would be great to have up to date coverage info for Python again

[issue20520] Readline test in test_codecs is broken

2014-02-05 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: \n \r\n \r \u2028.split() should have been \n \r\n \r \u2028.split( ), i.e. a list of different line ends. The purpose of these tests is not entirely clear, so I'm not sure that it is properly grasped the idea of the author. I wrote the tests nearly 10

[issue20520] Readline test in test_codecs is broken

2014-02-05 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: True, here's an updated patch. -- Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file33933/fix_linetests2.diff ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue20520

[issue20420] BufferedIncrementalEncoder violates IncrementalEncoder interface

2014-01-31 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: I dug up an ancient email about that subject: However, I've discovered that BufferedIncrementalEncoder.getstate() doesn't match the specification (i.e. it returns the buffer, not an int). However this class is unused (and probably useless, because

[issue20132] Many incremental codecs don’t handle fragmented data

2014-01-10 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The best solution IMHO would be to implement real incremental codecs for all of those. Maybe iterencode() with an empty iterator should never call encode()? (But IMHO it would be better to document that iterencode()/iterdecode() should only be used with real

[issue13881] Stream encoder for zlib_codec doesn't use the incremental encoder

2014-01-10 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The stream part of the codecs isn't used that much in Python 3 any more, so I'm not sure if this is worth fixing. -- ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue13881

[issue19100] Use backslashreplace in pprint

2013-12-14 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: sys.displayhook doesn't fail, because it uses the backslashreplace error handler, and for sys.displayhook that's OK, because it's only used for screen output and there some output is better than no output. However print and pprint.pprint might be used

[issue19100] Use backslashreplace in pprint

2013-12-11 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: This is not the fault of pprint. IMHO it doesn't make sense to fix anything here, at least not for pprint specifically. print() has the same problem: $ LANG= ./python -c print('\u20ac

[issue19834] Unpickling exceptions pickled by Python 2

2013-12-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Changes by Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de: -- resolution: - fixed ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue19834 ___ ___ Python-bugs

[issue19834] Unpickling exceptions pickled by Python 2

2013-12-01 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Here's an updated version of the patch, addressing most of Alexandre's comments. -- Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file32918/python-2-exception-pickling-2.diff ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http

[issue19834] Unpickling exceptions pickled by Python 2

2013-11-30 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: OK, here is a patch. Instead of mapping the exceptions module to builtins, it does the mapping for each exception class separately. I've excluded StandardError, because I think there's no appropriate equivalent in Python 3. -- keywords: +patch Added

[issue19834] Unpickling exceptions pickled by Python 2

2013-11-29 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald: Exception objects that have been pickled with Python 2 can not be unpickled with Python 3, even when fix_imports=True is specified: $ python2.7 Python 2.7.2 (default, Aug 30 2011, 11:04:13) [GCC 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)] on linux2 Type help

[issue19585] Frame annotation

2013-11-25 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Here is a new version of the patch. The annotation is done on the code object instead of on the frame object. This avoids two problems: There is no runtime overhead, as the decorator returns the original function and no additional frames show up

[issue19585] Frame annotation

2013-11-25 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: Do you have an example where code objects are shared? We could attach the annotation formatter to the function object, but unfortunately the function object is now accessible in the traceback. Note the co_annotation is not the annotation string, rather

[issue19585] Frame annotation

2013-11-14 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald: This patch adds frame annotations, i.e. it adds an attribute f_annotation to frame objects, a decorator to set this attribute on exceptions and extensions to the traceback machinery that display the annotation in the traceback. -- components

[issue19585] Frame annotation

2013-11-14 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: See http://bugs.python.org/issue18861 and the discussion started here: https://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-dev/2013-November/130155.html. Basically it allows to add context information to a traceback without changing the type of the exception

[issue17878] There is no way to get a list of available codecs

2013-05-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: The point of using a function is to allow the function special hanling of the encoding name, which goes beyond a simple map lookup, i.e. you could do the following: import codecs def search_function(encoding): if not encoding.startswith(append

[issue16613] ChainMap.new_child could use improvement

2013-01-10 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: I'd like to have this feature too. However the code should use d if d is not None else {} instead of d or {} For example I might want to use a subclass of dict (lowerdict) that converts all keys to lowercase. When I use an empty lowerdict in new_child

[issue16585] surrogateescape broken w/ multibytecodecs' encode

2012-12-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: And returning bytes is documented in PEP 383, as an extension to the PEP 293 machinery: To convert non-decodable bytes, a new error handler ([2]) surrogateescape is introduced, which produces these surrogates. On encoding, the error handler converts

[issue16577] Suspect test.test_codeccallbacks.test_mutatingdecodehandler

2012-11-29 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: True, the second test uses the wrong error handler. And yes, you're correct, bytes are now immutable. And even if I try to decode a bytearray, what the callback gets to see is still an immutable bytes object:: import codecs def mutating(exc

[issue15278] UnicodeDecodeError when readline in codecs.py

2012-10-10 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald added the comment: codecs.utf_8_decode('\u20ac'.encode('utf8')[:2]) ('', 0) Oh... codecs.CODEC_decode are incremental decoders? I misunderstood completly this. No, those function are not decoders, they're just helper functions used to implement the real incremental

[issue15408] os.fork/os.popen behaviour change between 2.7 and 3.2

2012-07-23 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: So is this simply a documentation issue, or can we close the bug as won't fix? -- ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue15408

[issue15408] os.fork/os.popen behaviour change between 2.7 and 3.2

2012-07-20 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de: The attached script behaves differently on Python 2.7.2 and Python 3.2.3. With Python 2.7 the script runs for ca. 30 seconds and then I get back my prompt. With Python 3.2 the script runs in the background, I get back my prompt

[issue1470548] Bugfix for #1470540 (XMLGenerator cannot output UTF-16)

2012-05-28 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: An alternative would be to use an incremental encoder instead of a StreamWriter. (Which is what TextIOWrapper does internally). -- nosy: +doerwalter ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org

[issue13830] codecs error handler is called with a UnicodeDecodeError with the same args

2012-02-03 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: See this ancient posting about this problem: http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-dev/2002-August/027661.html (see point 4.). So I guess somebody did finally complain! ;) The error attributes are documented in PEP 293

[issue12171] Reset method of the incremental encoders of CJK codecs calls the decoder reset function

2011-05-26 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: +1 on the documentation changes. -- nosy: +doerwalter ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue12171

[issue10541] regrtest.py -T broken

2010-11-29 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: OK, I reran the test with:: ./python -mtest.regrtest -T -N test_urllib and this does indeed produce coverage files (for _abcoll, _weakrefset, abc, base64, codecs, collections, contextlib, functools, genericpath, hashlib, locale

[issue10541] regrtest.py -T broken

2010-11-26 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de: Running regrtest.py with coverage option seems to be broken for the py3k branch at the moment. Run the following commands on the shell: wget http://svn.python.org/snapshots/python3k.tar.bz2 tar xjf python3k.tar.bz2 cd python ./configure

[issue10329] trace.py and unicode in Python 3

2010-11-09 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: STINNER Victor victor.stin...@haypocalc.com added the comment: ... it complicates handling of the output of trace.py. For each file you have to do the encoding detection dance again ... What? You just have to call one function

[issue10329] trace.py and unicode in Python 3

2010-11-08 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: Using the original encoding of the Python source file might be the politically correct thing to do, but it complicates handling of the output of trace.py. For each file you have to do the encoding detection dance again. It would be great

[issue10329] trace.py and unicode in Python 3

2010-11-05 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de: It seems that on Python 3 (i.e. the py3k branch) trace.py can not handle source that includes Unicode characters. Running the test suite with code coverage info via ./python Lib/test/regrtest.py -T -N -uurlfetch,largefile,network

[issue10038] json.loads() on str should return unicode, not str

2010-11-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: The following patch (against the release27-maint branch) seems to fix the problem. -- keywords: +patch nosy: +doerwalter Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file19468/json.diff ___ Python

[issue10087] HTML calendar is broken

2010-10-13 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: Does the following patch fix your problems? -- keywords: +patch nosy: +doerwalter Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file19217/calendar.diff ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http

[issue8848] Deprecate or remove U and U# formats of Py_BuildValue()

2010-06-07 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: Yes, I think you should apply the patch. -- ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue8848

[issue8848] Deprecate or remove U and U# formats of Py_BuildValue()

2010-06-02 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: The code for case 's'/'z' in py3k is indeed the same as for case 'U'. The patch looks good to me. IMHO removing 'U' should only be done once Py2 is dead. -- ___ Python tracker rep

[issue8838] Remove codecs.readbuffer_encode() and codecs.charbuffer_encode()

2010-05-28 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: I’d be grateful if someone could post links to discussion about the removal of codecs like hex and rot13 r55932 (~3 years ago): That was my commit. ;) Thanks for the link. Do you have a pointer to the PEP or ML thread discussing

[issue7651] Python3: guess text file charset using the BOM

2010-04-13 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: Yes, that's the posting I was referring to. I wonder why the link is gone. -- ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue7651

[issue8377] Errata on page:http://docs.python.org/library/stdtypes.html

2010-04-12 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: This is a common thinko. ;) If i is negative then len(s) - i would be greater that len(s). However len(s) + i is correct. Example: foo[-1] is foo[len(foo) + (-1)] is foo[len(foo)-1] -- nosy: +doerwalter resolution: - invalid

[issue8092] utf8, backslashreplace and surrogates

2010-03-09 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: After the patch the comment: /* Implementation limitations: only support error handler that return bytes, and only support up to four replacement bytes. */ no longer applies. Also I would like to see a version of this patch where

[issue7309] crasher in str(Exception())

2010-02-24 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: On 24.02.10 15:28, Eric Smith wrote: Eric Smith e...@trueblade.com added the comment: Fixed: trunk: r78418 release26-maint: r78419 Still working on porting to py3k and release31-maint. A much better solution would IMHO

[issue8014] Setting a T_INT attribute raises internal error

2010-02-24 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de: In the current py3k branch setting an attribute of an object with PyMemberDefs raises an internal error: $ ./python.exe Python 3.2a0 (py3k:78419M, Feb 24 2010, 17:56:06) [GCC 4.2.1 (Apple Inc. build 5646)] on darwin Type help

[issue7651] Python3: guess text file charset using the BOM

2010-01-09 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: IMHO this is the wrong approach. As Martin v. Löwis suggested here http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-dev/2010-January/094841.html the best solution would be a new codec (which he named sniff), that autodetects the encoding

[issue7309] crasher in str(Exception())

2009-11-16 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: I'm not sure what the functions should do when start and end are out of range. I think the best approach would be to prevent these values to be out of range in the first place. The start and end values should be clipped, just like

[issue7267] format method: c presentation type broken

2009-11-10 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: Done: issue 7300. -- ___ Python tracker rep...@bugs.python.org http://bugs.python.org/issue7267 ___ ___ Python

[issue7300] Unicode arguments in str.format()

2009-11-10 Thread Walter Dörwald
New submission from Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de: str.format() doesn't handle unicode arguments: Python 2.6.4 (r264:75706, Oct 27 2009, 15:18:04) [GCC 4.2.1 (Apple Inc. build 5646)] on darwin Type help, copyright, credits or license for more information. '{0}'.format(u'\u3042

[issue7185] csv reader utf-8 BOM error

2009-10-22 Thread Walter Dörwald
Walter Dörwald wal...@livinglogic.de added the comment: http://docs.python.org/library/csv.html#module-csv states: This version of the csv module doesn’t support Unicode input. Also, there are currently some issues regarding ASCII NUL characters. Accordingly, all input should be UTF-8

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