Author Matthis Thorade
Recipients Matthis Thorade, christoph, georg.brandl, mark, r.david.murray, tim.peters
Date 2017-02-10.13:10:47
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I found this bug when trying to write a doctest that passes on Python 3.5 and Python 2.7.9.

The following adapted example passes on Python2, but fails on Python3:

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import unicode_literals
def f():
    """
    >>> f()
    u'xyz'
    """
    return "xyz"

if __name__ == "__main__":
    import doctest
    doctest.testmod()

I think a nice solution could be to add a new directive so that I can use the following

def myUnic():
    """
    This is a small demo that just returns a string.
    >>> myUnic()
    u'abc' # doctest: +ALLOW_UNICODE
    """
    return 'abc'


I asked the same question here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/42158733/unicode-literals-and-doctest-in-python-2-7-and-python-3-5
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2017-02-10 13:10:47Matthis Thoradesetrecipients: + Matthis Thorade, tim.peters, georg.brandl, mark, christoph, r.david.murray
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