Python 2.3.5 ?

Larry Bates lbates at syscononline.com
Tue Dec 7 23:30:45 CET 2004


Just because 2.4 arrives doesn't mean that ALL work is stopped
on 2.3.  It is quite common to have releases overlap.  The very
newest release is put out (2.4) , but bugs are still being fixed
in older (2.3).

Larry Bates



Luis M. Gonzalez wrote:
> I'm confussed...
> Python 2.4 (final) hs been released a few days ago, but now I see that
> Python 2.3.5 is being worked on.
> Why? What does it mean?
> 



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