Python's New Release Bridges the GapOct 03, 2008, 21:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Python 2.6 is intended to help ease the migration of Python 2.x developers to Python 3.0, a major redesign of the language that's about revisiting earlier design decisions that are now considered flaws -- and fixing them, David Goodger, an officer of the Python Software Foundation, told InternetNews.com. As yet, no date has been set for the release of Python 3.0."
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