|From:||Léonard Benedetti <benedetti(at)mlpo(dot)fr>|
|To:||Teodor Sigaev <teodor(at)sigaev(dot)ru>, PostgreSQL Bugs <pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org>|
|Subject:||Re: BUG #13440: unaccent does not remove all diacritics|
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Le 10/03/2016 14:46, Teodor Sigaev a écrit :
>> On the other hand, UTF-8 encoding for source code is *a feature of
>> Python 3* (to quote the documentation: “The default encoding for Python
>> source code is UTF-8”) so there is no possible ambiguity, and it will
>> not be a problem. That said, some non-ASCII characters may be removed
>> without prejudice from the source code of the script (I think in
>> particular to "“" and "”"). Nevertheless, for some comments, it would be
>> unfortunate (e.g. “# RegEx to parse rules (e.g. “Đ → D ; […]”)” or “# ℃
> Ok, I didn't know that.
>> Thus, I propose to adapt the code to Python 3 (the encoding of the
>> script does not seem to be a problem for the above reasons). I try to do
>> it shortly.
> We are waiting...
Sorry for the delay, adaptation to Python 3 was very easy (the code is
As usual, you will find attached the new version of the script and the
generated output for convenience.
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