Author vstinner
Recipients docs@python, eric.araujo, fdrake, lemburg, mark.dickinson, pitrou, vstinner
Date 2010-06-11.23:37:50
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"PyUnicodeObject*" is not the best choice for the description of the function, and I don't really like "PyUnicode". Can't we use C types in the function prototype and Python types in the description?

Example:
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s (PyUnicodeObject* or None) [char *]
Convert a null-terminated C string to a Python unicode object using 'utf-8' encoding. If the C string pointer is NULL, None is used.
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PyUnicodeObject will be a link to the C type, and unicode a link to the  Python type.
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