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Author vstinner
Recipients Drekin, amaury.forgeotdarc, ezio.melotti, vstinner
Date 2013-04-02.20:50:24
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This issue is a duplicate of the issue #11619. In short: when importing a Python module, Python 3.3 only supports paths encodable to the ANSI code page. The issue #11619 contains an huge patch to support *any* Unicode character in module path. I closed the issue because I consider that nobody needs such feature :-)

What is your usecase? Do you really need to support ∫ as *Python* module name or a Python script filename? Is Windows able to display this character at least?
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