Release Notes: Includes a range of improvements of the 3.x series, as well as easier porting between 2.x and 3.x. Major new features have been added to the 3.3 release series.
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.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release combines a select set of language and standard library improvements with a substantial speed boost. Typical Python code runs 15 to 35 percent faster than it did in 2.2. This version also adds boolean and set data types, a source file encoding indicator, zipped code archives, package meta data, extended date/time processing, a logging module, and improved support for several operating systems, including Mac OS X.
Release Notes: nexted scopes, __future__ directives, rich comparisons, a warning framework, new build system, weak references, function attributes, case-insensitive platforms and import, an interactive display hook, new coercion model, metadata in Python packages, new and improved modules, and many other changes and fixes.