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Fourth alpha of Python 3.2 released

Nov 17, 2010, 15:05 (0 Talkback[s])


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"As part of their efforts to improve and stabilise Python 3.x, the Python developers have released the forth and final alpha for Python 3.2, the latest generation of the Python language. Python 3.2 Alpha 4 will be followed by a first and second beta in December, and two release candidates in January. The final version of Python 3.2 is expected to arrive on the 5th of February, 2011.

"As one would expect at this stage of development, the developers have focused on addressing a number of bugs found in the previous alphas. The latest development preview of Python 3.2 corrects the SyntaxError caret when the offset is equal to the length of the offending line and includes a variety of fixes for IMAP, including addressing an issue that prevented logging in or proper shut down. Various other changes include updates to the Tools / Demos, Tests and Extension Modules."

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