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Author ishimoto
Recipients ishimoto, terry.reedy, ubershmekel, vstinner
Date 2011-10-26.08:01:33
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On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Yuval Greenfield
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> If the current situation isn't fixed though - you just can't use the resulting path for almost anything. Do you have a use case Ishimoto?

I don't have use case. But does raising UnicodeEncodeError fix
problems?  It could break existing code, but I don't see much
difference over WindowsError caused by the broken file names.

> The fact is you shouldn't be doing os.path.abspath(b'.') in windows to begin with.

Agreed. So I think adding Windows specific check to Byte API does not
improve situation, but increase complexity of std lib.
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2011-10-26 08:01:34ishimotosetrecipients: + ishimoto, terry.reedy, vstinner, ubershmekel
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