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Author methane
Recipients Jan Niklas Hasse, Sworddragon, abarry, akira, barry, ezio.melotti, lemburg, methane, ncoghlan, r.david.murray, vstinner, yan12125
Date 2017-01-04.08:29:24
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> That isn't the case on other *nix systems - there, we need CPython to be consistent with the configured C/C++ locale, *and* we need it to be using something other than ASCII as the default encoding.

Isn't using UTF-8 as filesystem encoding and stdin/stdout encoding consistent with C or POSIX locale?

Don't "modern" programming environments (Rust, Go, node.js) use UTF-8 even if locale is C or POSIX?
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2017-01-04 08:29:24methanesetrecipients: + methane, lemburg, barry, ncoghlan, vstinner, ezio.melotti, r.david.murray, akira, Sworddragon, yan12125, abarry, Jan Niklas Hasse
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