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Rafe Kettler, 21.02.2011 17:30:
> On Feb 21, 10:54 am, Duncan Booth wrote:
>> Georg Brandl<ge... at python.org> wrote:
>>> Please consider trying Python 3.2 with your code and reporting any bugs
>>> you may notice to:
>> It looks like this release breaks the builtin `input()` function on Windows
>> by leaving a trailing '\r' on the end of the string.
>> Reported as issue 11272:http://bugs.python.org/issue11272
> Are fixes for these bugs going to wait until the next release (3.2.1 I
Yes. That's what "the next release" means.
> or will update as soon as the fixes are available?
You mean: as soon as someone writes a fix?
> I want to know if I should be on the lookout for a better version of 3.2.
Better test now and report any problems you find. (Actually, that's what
the beta/RC phase was there for, but it's never too late to find a bug.)
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