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  1. Clock in hangar: error with Japanese Windows

    thanks, everything is going well.
  2. Clock in hangar: error with Japanese Windows

    good. encode/decode is working. thanks to Mixaill. I have one more request. xvm_formatDate()'s arg formatDate is utf8 string, so formatDate should be translated to loc before send to strftime(), following. def xvm_formatDate(formatDate): def createDict(value, formatDate): global d s = time.strftime('%{}'.format(value[0])).decode(loc) d[value] = s.title() if value[1] == 'u' else s.lower() return formatDate.replace('%{}'.format(value), '{%s}' % value) global d d = {} formatDate = formatDate.decode('utf8').encode(loc) if '%au' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('au', formatDate)
  3. Clock in hangar: error with Japanese Windows

    hi Mixaill in cp932, strftime use only a few multibyte chars, so could translate to utf-8 with short code. for example, map_cp932_utf8 = { '\x93\xfa': '\xe6\x97\xa5', # U+65E5, Unicode Han Character 'sun; day; daytime' '\x8c\x8e': '\xe6\x9c\x88', # U+6708, Unicode Han Character 'moon; month; KangXi radical 74' '\x89\xce': '\xe7\x81\xab', # U+706B, Unicode Han Character 'fire, flame; burn; anger, rage' '\x90\x85': '\xe6\xb0\xb4', # U+6C34, Unicode Han Character 'water, liquid, lotion, juice' '\x96\xd8': '\xe6\x9c\xa8', # U+6728, Unicode Han Character 'tree; wood, lumber; wooden' '\x8b\xe0': '\xe9\x87\x91', # U+91D1, Unicode Han Character 'gold; metals in general; money' '\x93\x79': '\xe5\x9c\x9f', # U+571F, Unicode Han Character 'soil, earth; items made of earth' '\x97\x6a': '\xe6\x9b\x9c', # U+66DC, Unicode Han Character 'glorious, as sun; daylight, sunlight; one of the seven planets of pre-modern astronomy (the sun, the moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn)' '\x94\x4e': '\xe6\x9b\x9c', # U+5E74, Unicode Han Character 'year; new-years; person's age' '\x8e\x9e': '\xe6\x9b\x9c', # U+6642, Unicode Han Character 'time, season; era, age, period' '\x95\xaa': '\xe6\x9b\x9c', # U+5206, Unicode Han Character 'divide; small unit of time etc.' '\x95\x62': '\xe6\x9b\x9c', # U+79D2, Unicode Han Character 'beard of grain or corn; a second' } def _translate_from_subset_cp932_to_utf8(src): dst = '' s = '' for c in src: if s: s = s + c dst = dst + map_cp932_utf8[s] s = '' else: if ord(c) >= 0x80: s = c continue dst = dst + c return dst sample xvm.py attached, but I don't know other multibyte locale, ie, chinese and korean. so the sample is only for japanese. more preferable method, all strftime directive is convert to dict. for py:xvm.formatDate()'s arg allow multibyte chars xvm.zip
  4. Clock in hangar: error with Japanese Windows

    if codec is not found, fallback to locale C # Date and time import locale import codecs d = {} loc = locale.getdefaultlocale()[1] try: codecs.lookup(loc) except LookupError: locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, 'C') loc = 'ascii' @xvm.export('xvm.formatDate', deterministic=False) def xvm_formatDate(formatDate): def createDict(value, formatDate): global d s = time.strftime('%{}'.format(value[0])).decode(loc) d[value] = s.title() if value[1] == 'u' else s.lower() return formatDate.replace('%{}'.format(value), '{%s}' % value) global d d = {} if '%au' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('au', formatDate) if '%al' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('al', formatDate) if '%Au' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('Au', formatDate) if '%Al' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('Au', formatDate) if '%bu' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('bu', formatDate) if '%bl' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('bl', formatDate) if '%Bu' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('Bu', formatDate) if '%Bl' in formatDate: formatDate = createDict('Bl', formatDate) t = time.strftime(formatDate).decode(loc) return t.format(**d)
  5. Clock in hangar: error with Japanese Windows

    hi ktulho, thanks patch, but doesn't work with same error. 2017-04-21 19:10:24: [ERROR] Traceback (most recent call last): File "./res_mods/mods/packages\xvm_main\python\python_macro.py", line 157, in process_python_macro return (func(), deterministic) File "./res_mods/mods/packages\xvm_main\python\python_macro.py", line 150, in <lambda> return (lambda: func(*args), deterministic) File "res_mods/configs/xvm/py_macro\xvm.py", line 44, in xvm_formatDate t = time.strftime(formatDate).decode(locale.getdefaultlocale()[1]).encode('utf8') LookupError: unknown encoding: cp932 arg='xvm.formatDate('%H:%M')' I think original xvm.py is valid code. encoding cp932 is defined in res/scripts/common/Lib/encodings/cp932.py, and this code exists in WoT. but cp932.py failed to import _codecs_jp and _multibytecodec, because they doesn't exist. usually they are builtin python module and dll written in C. so disabled multibyte encodings, such as cp932, big5 and so on.
  6. Clock in hangar: error with Japanese Windows

    func time.strftime() certainly returns CP932 string, but python codecs module in wot does not know encoding CP932, why? of course, normal python has encoding CP932. CP932 is used as standard in Japanese Windows. missing codecs are: 'big5', 'big5hkscs', 'cp932', 'cp949', 'cp950', 'euc_jp', 'euc_jis_2004', 'euc_jisx0213', 'euc_kr', 'gb2312', 'gbk', 'gb18030', 'hz', 'iso2022_jp', 'iso2022_jp_1', 'iso2022_jp_2', 'iso2022_jp_2004', 'iso2022_jp_3', 'iso2022_jp_ext', 'iso2022_kr', 'johab', 'shift_jis', 'shift_jis_2004', 'shift_jisx0213'
  7. py_macro/xvm.py puts error, and disabled hanger clock. I used Japanese Windows (CP932). 2017-04-19 23:24:14: [ERROR] Traceback (most recent call last): File "./res_mods/mods/packages\xvm_main\python\python_macro.py", line 157, in process_python_macro return (func(), deterministic) File "./res_mods/mods/packages\xvm_main\python\python_macro.py", line 150, in <lambda> return (lambda: func(*args), deterministic) File "res_mods/configs/xvm/py_macro\xvm.py", line 51, in xvm_formatDate t = time.strftime(formatDate).decode(loc) LookupError: unknown encoding: cp932 arg='xvm.formatDate('%H:%M')'
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