Recent python includes japanese codecs so that you don't have to install
JapaneseCodecs any longer. If you use python2.1, it is needed.
>>> import codecs
<codecs.CodecInfo object for encoding iso2022_jp at 0x7fb1cd7a38d8>
On Sat, 27 Feb 2010 04:27:23 +0900
Aaron Maupin <mau...@pastrytech.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm having trouble installing and using the japanese codecs (from
> http://www.python.jp/pub/JapaneseCodecs )with Zope on a shared host. I
> just can't seem to get the encodings available for the python used by
> the Zope install.
> Or, that is, I have installed the codecs and can 'import japanese' but
> whenever I try something like the following in a Python script:
> import japanese #works
> print japanese
> #<module 'japanese' from
> #however there's nothing in
> /home/USERNAME/webapps/zope/zinstance/parts/instance/lib/python/ except
> a README.txt saying this directory will hold additional installed
> packages... should there be something here?
> text = 'blah blah' #okay
> text = unicode(text, 'utf-8') #okay
> text = text.encode('japanese.iso-2022-jp') #fails with lookuperror
> LookupError: unknown encoding: japanese.iso-2022-jp
> This error also happens in an External Method.
> I have previously installed these codecs on an older version of Zope
> (Zope-2.7.0) (old-style instance) and Python (2.3.4) on a dedicated
> server, but am at a loss as to how to go about it with a Zope buildout
> on a shared host (Zope 2.10.9 on Python 2.4.3).
> The guys at Webfaction are also at a loss, and suggested I ask here.
> Anyone have any ideas?
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