Are you really sure that the source and destination instance are running the *same*
setup (means same Zope and Plone versions)?


-aj

--On Freitag, 8. Oktober 2004 16:41 Uhr +0200 Nick Bower <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I'm trying to import a zexp export (a Plone site actually) from a windows
workstation to a zope server I built on Linux RH9 but it fails with a
UnicodeDecodeError:

...
Module Products.ZCTextIndex.Lexicon, line 69, in sourceToWordIds
Module Products.ZCTextIndex.Lexicon, line 135, in _getWordIdCreate

UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xef in position 5:
orginal not in range(128).

What is confusing is that the zexp *will* import to another linux zope
build I have (on Mdk10) and sys.getdefaultencoding() and
locale.getdefaultlocale() on the 2 linux machines are almost the same
(the working one reports "en_GB, utf"/ascii and the non-working one
reports "en_US, utf"/ascii), so I think this is a red herring.  I can't
for the life of me work out what is going wrong as I built python myself
on both Linux machines exactly the same.

Can anyone help me please???

Thanks, Nick

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