The attached program runs fine on a Red Hat Linux 8 system, but displays a
mixture of characters and square boxes on Shrike.
Created attachment 91178 [details]
Sample program to trigger utf-8 issue
Reproduced. Wonder if this is related to the move to ucs4 for python.
Indeed it is. Removing tcltk-8.3.5-ucs4-for-py.patch, it displays just fine.
Misa, do you have any utf-8 test-cases for tkinter?
In tcltk-8.3.5-90 I have disabled the ucs4 patch for now, since it seems
to be breaking utf-8 support. But this is probably not the final
solution. At least now "utf-8.wish" displays ok again, though the
equivalent(?) Tkinter python script does not.
Created attachment 92758 [details]
Tkinter equivalent? to utf-8.wish
Actually this script doesn't seem to display correctly with
or without the patch. What is the right way to do this with
python and Tkinter?
Works on my FC2 box