Error loading workbooks with commas in the Sheet Name

Issue #759 resolved
David Johansen created an issue

If a sheet name contains a comma, then it fails to load. I've attached a simple example that demonstrates the exception being thrown.

Comments (11)

  1. CharlieC

    Thanks for the report. Looks like it might be a bit tricky to fix this. Could you live without the print areas being preserved?

  2. CharlieC

    Well, you can probably simply replace the current line in packaging/workbook.py sheet.print_area = _unpack_print_area(defn) with a simple pass

    Or wrap it in a try… except AttributeError: pass block.

    But I may have a proper fix soon.

  3. David Johansen reporter

    Right now, we're using pip install and so patching it would probably be more trouble than it's worth and we'll just wait for a released fix. Thanks, Dave

  4. David Johansen reporter

    I tested using that method and it fixed our issue. Thanks for the quick response and is there any estimate for when a 2.4.2 release that contains this fix will be available?

  5. Dave Johansen

    Ok, so it didn't make the cut for 2.4.2 but any chance it can make it into 2.4.3? Any guess on that timeline?

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