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17 August 2009, 12:51

Python 3.1.1 fixes bugs

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Python logo The Python developers have released the first bug fix update of Python 3.1. Version 3.1.1 is now available for download and corrects a number of bugs in Python 3.1 which was released in June. Details of the fixes are available in the What's New In Python 3.1.1 release notes.

Python 3.1 added an an ordered dictionary type, support for skipping unit tests, new assert methods, a much faster I/O module and a new syntax for nested "with" statements to the non-backwards compatible update to the Python scripting language. Python 3.0 broke backwards compatibility as part of a wide ranging renovation of the popular scripting language. Python 3.0 is now no longer being updated, with the Python 3.1 branch taking over as the main branch. Python is licensed under the GPL compatible Python Licence.


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