[issue6805] Should be URL for documentation of current release of Python 3 (without version)
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Sun Aug 30 04:35:19 CEST 2009
New submission from Mitchell Model <mlm at acm.org>:
There should be a standard URL on the web site to reach the
documentation of the current stable release of Python 3.
http://docs.python.org leads to the documentation for Python 2.
I can get to Python 3.1 documentation, but I have to specify 3.1 in the
That means that I cannot publish material on the web or in hardcopy that
refers generically to the documentation of a particular module via URL
without specifying a version, and that version will be obsolete before
long. I don't know what the URL should be -- perhaps docs.python.org/3/
would be sufficient.
This is one level up from the current arrangement in which specifying
3.1 actually currently gives me the 3.1.1 documentation.
nosy: MLModel, georg.brandl
title: Should be URL for documentation of current release of Python 3 (without version)
versions: Python 3.1, Python 3.2
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