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Author vstinner
Recipients Arfrever, Nicholas.Cole, akuchling, cben, gpolo, inigoserna, python-dev, r.david.murray, schodet, vstinner, zeha
Date 2011-07-19.00:26:28
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Using curses_unicode.patch:

 - without ncursesw: addch('é') raises an OverflowError because 'é'.encode('UTF-8') is 2 bytes and not 1 byte
 - with ncursesw: the charset is displayable character depends on the locale encoding (e.g. € cannot be printed with ISO-8859-1 locale encoding)
 - with ncursesw: any character can be printed with a UTF-8 locale encoding (including non-BMP characters: U-10000..U+10FFFF)

It would be possible to support multibyte encoded character (like é in UTF-8) for addch() by calling addch() multiple times, one per byte, but I would prefer to keep _curses simple and not workaround libncurses limitations (bugs).
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2011-07-19 00:26:29vstinnersetrecipients: + vstinner, akuchling, cben, gpolo, Arfrever, r.david.murray, inigoserna, zeha, schodet, python-dev, Nicholas.Cole
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