Tim Peters wrote:
(" " in HTML). It's surprising to me to see \x89-\x8d there,
though. It could be your system is set to use "an unusual" locale, or
it could be a bug in the platform C libraries. Try writing a little C
program to see what isspace() returns.
Bingo! Thanks for the hints.
You were correct, it was down to a mis-interpretation of the C99 and ISO
8859 standards. Looks like OpenBSD interprets it differently to
everything else ;)
The policy was changed 8 days ago:
"Correct ctype classifications of chars >= 0x80 wrt C99/POSIX and our
man page. ok espie@ deraadt@"
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