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Author vstinner
Recipients doerwalter, ezio.melotti, lemburg, loewis, serhiy.storchaka, vstinner
Date 2013-11-21.02:19:05
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> The proposed patch adds support of the CP1125 encoding.

Nowadays, a good motivation for supporting a new codec is to be able to start Python 3. For example, I added cp65001 because some using try Python 3 with this Windows code page.

It looks like at least one user is unable to start Python 3 because he/she uses GEORGIAN-PS as the locale encoding (issue #19459).

For cp1125: is it used as the ANSI code page on Windows? Otherwise, how do you use this encoding.

Supporting all encodings in the world is meaningless because they are too many encodings.
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