Author lemburg
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Martin v. Löwis wrote:
> 
> A PEP 393 draft implementation is available at https://bitbucket.org/t0rsten/pep-393/ (branch pep-393); if this gets into 3.3, this issue will be outdated: there won't be "narrow" builds of Python anymore (nor will there be "wide" builds).

Even if PEP 393 should go into Py4k one day (I don't believe that
such major changes can be done in a minor release), we will still have
to deal with surrogates in codecs, which is where these macros will get
used, so I don't see how PEP 393 relates to the idea of adding helper
macros to simplify the code.
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