[Doc-SIG] "What's New" for all versions

Martin Blais blais at furius.ca
Mon Oct 6 23:45:34 CEST 2008

On Mon, 06 Oct 2008 14:12:50 -0500, "Robert Kern"
<robert.kern at gmail.com> said:
> Whenever I have to look for when a feature was introduced, I go looking
> at the 
> "What's New in Python 2.x" pages. Since the documentation for Python 2.x
> only 
> contains the "What's New in Python 2.x" and none of the earlier parts,
> this 
> becomes fairly tedious if I guess the version wrong. I'd really like to
> see all 
> of the older "What's New" pages in the current Python version's
> documentation. 
> There should be a single ToC page collating the ToCs for all of the
> "What's New" 
> versions. I don't think it should replace the current ToC, but I think it
> should 
> exist.
> I don't have time to work on this immediately, so I thought I would throw
> it out 
> there to see if there's any interest.

+1 on Robert's idea. 
I always end up bricolating some summary of the new changes for myself.
It would be nice if it were just there.

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