Don't sure about applying doc changes to 3.3. They are very minor. The main change will be deprecation of aliases in the docs, that can be applied only to upcoming release.
On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 7:05 PM, Serhiy Storchaka firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 19.12.12 09:24, Nick Coghlan wrote:
With any of these changes in the docs, please don't forget to include appropriate "versionchanged" directives. Many people using the Python 3 docs at "docs.python.org/3/ http://docs.python.org/3/" will still be
on Python 3.2, and thus relying on the presence of such directives to let them know that while the various OS-related exception names are now just aliases for OSError in 3.3+, the distinctions still matter in 3.2.
I also propose to apply all this documentation changes to 3.3.
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