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Date 2012-09-23.19:06:14
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Well, "other" surrogates will cause a different error later than with the current _has_surrogates logic, but it won't be any more mysterious than what would happen now, I think.  Normally, if I understand correctly, other surrogates should never occur, so I don't think it is a real issue.

Yes, lone '?'s should not stop the pattern match in an encoded string. Even though I don't think they are normally supposed to occur, they do occur when encoded words are encoded incorrectly, and we get a better error recovery result if we look for ?= as the end.
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