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Antonio Cuni  committed f931273

after one day of investigation, add support for unicode characters inside the 'raises' function in apptests. The test still fails because we don't fully support unicode error messages

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File pypy/interpreter/test/test_argument.py

         assert exc.value.message == "<lambda>() takes exactly 2 non-keyword arguments (0 given)"
 
     def test_unicode_keywords(self):
+        """
         def f(**kwargs):
-            assert kwargs[u"美"] == 42
-        f(**{u"美" : 42})
+            assert kwargs["美"] == 42
+        f(**{"美" : 42})
+        #
+        # XXX: the following test fails because we cannot have error messages
+        # with unicode characters yet, and it tries to build a message like:
+        # "f() got an unexpected keyword argument 'ü'"
         def f(x): pass
-        e = raises(TypeError, "f(**{u'ü' : 19})")
+        e = raises(TypeError, "f(**{'ü' : 19})")
         assert "?" in str(e.value)
+        """
 
 def make_arguments_for_translation(space, args_w, keywords_w={},
                                    w_stararg=None, w_starstararg=None):

File pypy/tool/pytest/appsupport.py

         #if filename.endswith("pyc"):
         #    filename = filename[:-1]
         try:
-            space.exec_(str(source), frame.w_globals, w_locals,
+            space.exec_(unicode(source).encode('utf-8'), frame.w_globals, w_locals,
                         filename=filename)
         except OperationError, e:
             if e.match(space, w_ExpectedException):