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base64 interoperability

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Python's base64 module encodes and decodes differently than PHP's. Python's
docs says that it ahere's to RFC1521 (sept 1993), while PHP's adheres to
RFC2045 (nov 1996). Is there any Python module that uses the new standard?
Why is Python using the old standard anyways?

Thanks.

Jul 18 '05 #1
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