From: William J Poser (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 21 2006 - 00:04:59 CDT
It's good to see that Python now supports full Unicode,
but I don't think it goes back as far as 2.2. The laptop
I'm typing on has Python 2.3.3 installed and the value of
sys.maxunicode is 65535. I guess its possible that this
is a crippled build, but I remember testing Python not
that long ago and not getting full Unicode support.
Incidentally, although Tcl as distributed only supports the
BMP, it can be compiled with full Unicode support, which
seems to work alright. Unfortunately, the associated graphics
library, Tk, does not yet support Unicode beyond the BMP.
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