Ping @llindstrom - this is related to but different from
pygame.freetype.Font is instantiated with a bytes path, which is common on Python 2, this line attempts to decode it with the
raw_unicode_escape codec; that means that any
\U subsequence will be treated as a unicode escape, and if it's not a valid one, it will get replaced with the unicode replacement character, U+FFFD.
>>> pygame.freetype.Font('C:\\Users\\...').path u'C:\ufffdsers\\...'
As I mentioned on
#107, this causes a test failure on Python 2, when the installation path includes
====================================================================== FAIL: test_freetype_Font_path (pygame.tests.freetype_test.FreeTypeFontTest) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Users\Thomas\Miniconda3\envs\pygame-py2\lib\site-packages\pygame\test s\freetype_test.py", line 1127, in test_freetype_Font_path self.assertEqual(self._TEST_FONTS['sans'].path, self._sans_path) AssertionError: u'C:\ufffdsers\\Thomas\\Miniconda3\\envs\\pygame-py2\\lib\\site- packages\\pygame\\tests\\fixtures\\fonts\\test_sans.ttf' != 'C:\\Users\\Thomas\\ Miniconda3\\envs\\pygame-py2\\lib\\site-packages\\pygame\\tests\\fixtures\\fonts \\test_sans.ttf'
Resolving this isn't entirely simple, because on POSIX platforms paths are passed around as bytes, and on Windows paths are (preferably) passed around as unicode strings. But I'm pretty sure that decoding with 'raw_unicode_escape' is unexpected in either case.
I'd propose that Font objects have attributes
path (unicode) and
pathb (bytes) on both platforms. The implementation would use
path to open the file on Windows and
pathb on POSIX.
On Windows, the argument should preferably be unicode.
If passed unicode: encode with fs encoding and the 'strict' handler - if it can't be encoded, then
If passed bytes: decode with fs encoding, fail if it can't be decoded (though I think that can't occur in standard locales).
- If passed unicode: encode with fs encoding and the 'strict' handler, fail if it can't be encoded.
- If passed bytes: decode with fs encoding, and if it can't be decoded, then
pathbis set and
pathis None. If it's bytes, we try to decode it using the default filesystem encoding