clojure.string/triml and trimr use Character/isWhitespace to determine whether a character is whitespace, but trim uses some other definition of white space character. For example:
Cause: triml and trimr use Character/isWhitespace. trim uses String/trim which seems to define whitespace as any character less than or equal '\u0020'. The isWhitespace() definition is slightly different and includes other Unicode space characters.
Approach: The attached patch changes trim to use Character/isWhitespace. The isWhitespace version seems generally newer and more Unicode considerate so this was chosen over changing triml and trim to match trim.
A few alternative implementations were considered with respect to longs, ints, etc. The patch opts to use the simplest possible code, eschewing any extreme performance measures. See the comments for more info if desired.
The patch also changes triml to only call .length on s once.
Screened by: Alex Miller