[PyQt] i18n() takes no unicode objects

Simon Edwards simon at simonzone.com
Sat Apr 12 20:32:23 BST 2008


Christoph Burgmer wrote:
> Though it might seem unnecessary, i18n doesn't take unicode objects as input.
> Though one would say English, the language which we would wrap i18n with, only 
> needs ASCII, there might be occasions where other characters are needed.

The KDE 4 i18n functions take "const char *" parameters. 8bit characters 
only. To answer your question PyKDE4 doesn't support it because KDE's 
libraries don't support it.


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