What I have found out now is that in my Python 2.3.6 encodings/ 
__init__.py does not contain 'import aliases' at module level,  
whereas the Python 2.4 lib has this import. The patch does this:

import encodings
encodings._aliases = encoding.aliases.aliases

which does therefore not work in 2.3. So, now I am curious how your  
Python 2.3 differs, and why you don't see the error locally :-)


It doesn't necessarily do it in chronological order, though.
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