Release Notes: This release only includes security fixes for issues with logging, tarfile, and expat modules, and with thread-local variables.
Release Notes: 80 bugs and patches were addressed.
Release Notes: Improvements in this release include an ordered dictionary type, various optimizations to the int type, new unit test features including test skipping and new assert methods, a much faster io module, tile support for Tkinter, a pure Python reference implementation of the import statement, and a new syntax for nested 'with' statements.
Release Notes: Critical regressions in the logging package and in setuptools compatibility were fixed. No new features are being added to this branch.
Release Notes: An issue with the deallocation of array objects when allocation ran out of memory was fixed. An array test case that was incorrect on 64-bit systems was removed. Te test_struct.test_crasher, which was meaningful only on 32-bit systems, was removed.
Release Notes: This release added function/method decorators, arbitrary precision decimals, built-in sets, a unification of integer and long integer, generator expressions, east Asian text encoding codecs, improved process spawning, and many other improvements in the language and standard library.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs, including a couple of serious errors with weakrefs and the cyclic garbage collector. There are also several fixes to the standard library.
Release Notes: This release includes a workaround for a compilation bug under OpenBSD, as well as some fixes in the autoconf and md5sum modules.
Release Notes: Almost fifty bugfixes were made, including fixes for crashing seen in some cases, and a number of memory leaks.