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TypeError: unicode argument expected, got 'str' #18

utensil opened this issue Mar 2, 2019 · 1 comment · Fixed by #17


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@utensil utensil commented Mar 2, 2019

As reported by @FreddyBaudine here and discussed here, it seems that the usages of StringIO should be replaced by BytesIO.

The work needs to be done:

  • Reproduce by tests: possibly a since most tests are written in Python 3 flavor
  • Identify the root cause and best practice
  • Fix it and pass tests
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@utensil utensil commented Mar 16, 2019

c4f0003 was an attempt of fixing this under Python 2 but it fails under Python 3.

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@utensil utensil closed this in #17 Jul 7, 2019
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