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The Python Development Team announces Python 2.3.5 (final). This is a bug-fix release for Python 2.3.

There have been around 50 bugs fixed since 2.3.4 - in the Python interpreter, the standard library and also in the build process. Python 2.3.5 supersedes the previous Python 2.3.4 release. No new features have been added in Python 2.3.5 - the 2.3 series is in bugfix-only mode. 2.3.5 contains an important security fix for SimpleXMLRPCServer. Python 2.3.5 is the last planned release in the Python 2.3 series, and is being released for those people who are stuck on Python 2.3 for some reason. Python 2.4 is a newer release, and should be preferred where possible. From here, bugfix releases will be made from the Python 2.4 branch - 2.4.1 will be the next Python release.]

Last Updated ( Friday, 05 August 2005 )
 
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