On 04/12/2013 02:59 PM, Brian Sutherland wrote:
This is looking very very good, in my app very few tests are still failing.
Great! Now, as all our webtest fixes are released upstream, I plan to make an alpha release of what we've done so far. If you have any outstanding issues with new testbrowser, please report.
I poked around at one and found that the way non-ascii in forms is handled has changed under python 2, here's a test that shows the problem: https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.testbrowser/commit/e0e965086c7fded415963518a6adef41b9d14619
Thanks, I've fixed the testbrowser according to your testcase.
I'm not sure what the intention of the python 3 port is wrt unicode. Have you had any thoughts on the matter?
The idea is to make testbrowser to return/accept native strings instead of bytes/unicode for both py2 and py3. Under py2, controls will return str objects (for backwards compatibility), and under py3 that would be unicode strings (for usage convenience).
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