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[issues:#5663] Encoding preparations for Python 3.5
Created: Wed Jan 15, 2020 09:42 PM UTC by Jonas Hahnfeld
Last Updated: Fri Jan 17, 2020 08:55 AM UTC
Owner: Jonas Hahnfeld
Encoding preparations for Python 3.5
This is in preparation for Python 3.5 where the default encoding
depends on the value of the LANG environment variable. As far as
I can tell, this was changed later on and at least Python 3.7 and
version 3.8 always default to 'utf-8' on Linux. As I'm proposing to
make Python 3.5 the required minimum, we can't rely on this and need
to force 'utf-8' when reading files that could contain Unicode.
sys.stdout is already in lilylib and codecs.open() always opens
a file in binary mode.
It's not needed anymore as sys.stdout and sys.stderr are wrapped
with encoding writers. (The argument file for show_rules in script
convert-ly is also sys.stdout.)
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