The solution which works for me is to "import locale" and get the default
encoding from it. I have tested it on both Win XP and 2000 and it works for
me, i.e. in English locale I get "Dec" and in French locale I get "d�c." etc.
without the correction I would get a graphic sign for the "�".
Successfully tested on Linux with LC_TIME=fr_FR.
The only two changes needed to dates.py are:
There are several other uses of strftime. Maybe some of them should be
"Werner F. Bruhin" <werner.bruhin@...185...> wrote: