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Never see escaped bytes in output.

Project description

It makes Python print the object representation in readable chars instead of the escaped string.

Example

Here we have a Python script, test.py:

# test.py

data = ['中文', 'にほんご', u'Λλ']
print 'Before:', data

import uniout
print 'After :', data

The output of test.py:

Before: ['\xe4\xb8\xad\xe6\x96\x87', '\xe3\x81\xab\xe3\x81\xbb\xe3\x82\x93\xe3\x81\x94', u'\u039b\u03bb']
After : ['中文', 'にほんご', u'Λλ']

Installation

You can install it via PyPI,

sudo pip install uniout

or download it manually.

Change Log

v0.3.2

  1. Show the original string if the escaped string can’t be decoded properly.
  2. Use better way to find string literals.

v0.3.1

  1. Fixed a bug when Uniout works with IPython.

v0.3

Thanks for the pull requests #3 and #4 from @timtan, it now

  1. works well with IPython,
  2. and also supports stderr.

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