[docs] Python 3.0 Documentation
georg at python.org
Thu Dec 2 21:01:46 CET 2010
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Am 02.12.2010 20:32, schrieb Sandro Tosi:
> Hi Leonardo,
> On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 21:59, Leonardo Oscar Ricci
> <leonardoscaricci at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Today I tried to download the documentation of Python 3.0
>> There's something in the page and in the links that is wrong. The links are
>> probably broken.
> I can confirm that those links are broken; you can find them at .
>  http://docs.python.org/ftp/python/doc/3.0/
They are fixed now.
> But please note that 3.0 is obsolete and you should use 3.1 (and so
> read its documentation).
> For the docs.python.org maintainers:
> http://docs.python.org/release/3.0/ is quite outdated wrt the doc
> available in the release3.0-maint branch; I think it would be very
> nice if the doc for 3.0 could be rebuild just one more time (the last)
> and be uploaded to replace the current one (it will also have the side
> effect to correct the link in the mentioned page ;).
/release/ docs are not updated; they are a the docs of a specific release.
There's a /release/3.0.1/ though; that one is more recent.
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