Watershed Python Versions

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Tue Jun 29 20:15:05 CEST 2004

tedlandis at rogers.com (Ted) writes:

> I would like to collect opinions on which versions of Python should be
> considered watershed versions. By this I mean versions which are
> stable and contain significant landmark features.

As others have said, all versions are pretty stable.  2.2 was a
landmark release.  At all times, I would contend that the best release
to start a new project with is the most recent (so, now, 2.3.4).


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