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Default Python 2.7 released

From http://www.h-online.com/open/news/it...d-1032884.html

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The Python developers have released Python 2.7, the last major edition of the Python 2.x series, as development efforts move to focus on enhancing the Python 3.x series. Python 2.7 sees the 2.x series move into "bug fix mode" with no new features being added.

New features will continue to be developed for the Python 3.x series which is currently under a moratorium which has frozen the language's syntax for another year to aid Python developers planning to migrate. As Python 3.x is not backwards compatible, users will have the choice of staying on Python 2.7 or migrating to the latest version of Python 3, 3.1.2 which may not be ideal for existing production systems.
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