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Guido van Rossum: Python 2.0.1c1 - GPL-compatible release candidate

Jun 15, 2001, 03:20 (2 Talkback[s])
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Guido van Rossum writes: "With a sigh of relief I announce Python 2.0.1c1 -- the first Python release in a long time whose license is fully compatible with the GPL.

I thank Moshe Zadka who did almost all of the work to make this a useful bugfix release, and then went incommunicado for several weeks. (I hope you're OK, Moshe!)

Note that this is a release candidate. We don't expect any problems, but we're being careful nevertheless. We're planning to do the final release of 2.0.1 a week from now; expect it to be identical to the release candidate except for some dotted i's and crossed t's."

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