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LinuxPR: ActiveState releases ActivePython 2.0 to the community

Oct 24, 2000, 23:02 (0 Talkback[s])

"Most comprehensive cross-platform distribution available."

"ActiveState, the leading provider of Internet programming software and services announces that ActivePython 2.0 is available for download. ActivePython is ActiveState's free binary distribution of Python for the Linux, Solaris and Windows platforms. ActivePython enables programmers to get up and running faster with precompiled libraries, which run on all the popular operating systems, and with the numerous Windows-specific extensions by Mark Hammond, Senior Python Developer, ActiveState."

"We're delighted to bring the same high level of quality and reliability to the Python community that we have for Perl programmers," said Dick Hardt, Founder & CEO, ActiveState. "We're fully committed to increasing Python's already fast growth rate with a host of user-friendly Python products and services such as ActivePython, Python for .NET, Visual Python, and PythonDirect."

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