Author gvanrossum
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, donmez, gvanrossum, loewis
Date 2007-12-19.23:52:38
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> print u"\u0069".upper()
>
> should give \u0130 (LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH DOT ABOVE)
>
> print u"\u0049".lower()
>
> should give \u0131 (LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS I)
>
> These transformations work fine with python2.5 when
> --with-wctype-functions is used.

I think that is rather a bug in the wctype functions. Those are ASCII
letters 'i' and 'I' and their upper/lower versions are fixed by the
Unicode standard to be the corresponding ASCII letters ('I' and 'i').
The Unicode case conversions are not affected by locale.
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