[Python-modules-team] Bug#868680: Unicode data table needs updating for python 3.6
Sergio Durigan Junior
sergiodj at sergiodj.net
Wed Aug 16 05:40:32 UTC 2017
On Monday, August 14 2017, Edward Betts wrote:
> The file kitchen/text/display.py needs updating because the unicodedata in
> python 3.6 has changed. This is causing the test failure. The module includes
> a function to update the data table, but if this change is made then the test
> suite will fail when run with python 3.5
> The test suite should be changed so the failing test is skipped on python 3.6
> Upstream will make a new release at some point that is updated for python 3.6,
> then the test can be changed to skip on python 3.5
Thanks for the message, Edward.
I can disable the test that is failing (test_text_display.py), but I'd
like to be more certain that the reason that is making this test to fail
is not going to cause any regressions to the user when updating the
On the one hand, one can always say that the package is already being
used with Python 3.6 as is, so maybe the regression is there already.
However, there's no guarantee that updating the package will indeed
improve the situation, so I feel a bit in doubt about the right
Perhaps you would you know more details about this failure? I still
haven't heard back from upstream, and will ping them again tomorrow.
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