Question: Which Python to choose?

Steve Holden sholden at
Fri Oct 12 13:09:54 CEST 2001

"Károly Ladvánszky" <ladvanszkykaroly at> wrote ...
> and seem to release their versions with
> almost identical version numbers, at very close release dates. Is there a
> linkage between the two or are they completely separate products? Which
> is more stable?
> Thanks for any advice,

ActiveState do not, as far as I know, try to "enhance" the Python core. They
do, however, package it differently, with (among other offerings, on Windows
only) Mark Hammond's very useful Win32all extensions.

It's fairly completely stated at:


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