Author lemburg
Recipients ezio.melotti, lemburg, loewis, michael.foord, pitrou, skrah, tzot
Date 2010-01-13.19:15:18
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I created two scripts for exporting the IronPython findings and checking them in CPython.

These are the results:

Checking code Page 28591 against encoding 'iso-8859-1' using file 'iso-8859-1.map'

0 errors

Checking code Page 28592 against encoding 'iso-8859-2' using file 'iso-8859-2.map'

0 errors

Checking code Page 28593 against encoding 'iso-8859-3' using file 'iso-8859-3.map'

0 errors

Checking code Page 28594 against encoding 'iso-8859-4' using file 'iso-8859-4.map'

0 errors

Checking code Page 28595 against encoding 'iso-8859-5' using file 'iso-8859-5.map'

0 errors

Checking code Page 1201 against encoding 'utf-16-be' using file 'utf-16-be.map'

2048 errors

Checking code Page 1200 against encoding 'utf-16-le' using file 'utf-16-le.map'

2048 errors

Checking code Page 65000 against encoding 'utf-7' using file 'utf-7.map'

21 errors

Checking code Page 65001 against encoding 'utf-8' using file 'utf-8.map'

2048 errors

Result:

We can add aliases for the various ISO mappings, but not for the UTF ones. .NET encodes the surrogates differently than Python's codecs and
it also produces different results for UTF-7 than Python's codec.
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2010-01-13 19:15:20lemburgsetrecipients: + lemburg, loewis, tzot, pitrou, ezio.melotti, michael.foord, skrah
2010-01-13 19:15:19lemburgsetmessageid: <1263410119.9.0.470447161219.issue6058@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
2010-01-13 19:15:18lemburglinkissue6058 messages
2010-01-13 19:15:18lemburgcreate