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On 23.06.2012 00:03, Merlijn van Deen wrote:
My guess: you are running a German Windows version,
which will give
you a German error message, with non-ASCII characters, when the
I would *NEVER EVER* use windows...(!) ;)))
connection fails. This error message is encoded in the
('western european') encoding, and decoding it as plain ascii
fails. Feel free to substitute German for French, Spanish or any
other language that might have non-ascii error messages.
Regarding the language you might be right, using 'locale' gives me
some non-standard locale. So how to get the english (decodable as
ascii) original/default message? If I would know the error raised,
I could check the error message for problematic chars and try to
We should probably decode it using the current console
but it's not really clear to me what the pitfalls would be.
Would a 'locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, 'en_US')' in front of the
problematic output help at all?
Thank for your answer! Greetings
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