Issue #266 resolved

Skip expressions do not work when written in unicode

Floris Bruynooghe avatarFloris Bruynooghe created an issue

I noticed that a unicode string in a @pytest.mark.skipif(...) mark do not work in python 2.x. This is especially annoying when using from __future__ import unicode_literals. Since there is no reason eval can't cope with unicode it should probably accept this.

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