Python 3.10.4 and 3.9.12 are now available “out of schedule”
Both versions shipped a regression that needed to be addressed.
Python Insider reports that 3.10.3 and 3.9.11 both shipped a regression which caused those versions not to build on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. While this 11-year-old version is now out of maintenance support, it’s still used in p... Read more
Python releases three new versions: 3.9, 3.10 and 3.11
Programming language Python recently released three new versions -- 3.10.2, 3.9.10 and 3.11.0a4 -- with enhanced functionality. Python 3.6 has been retired.
According to Python's developers, the development of the new versions did not go entirely according to plan. The now-released versions enco... Read more
Python releases version 3.9.8 to resolve macOS troubles
Python recently released an update for version 3.8.11 of the programming language. Version 3.9.8 follows the arrival of macOS 12 Monterey, which caused some problems for Python. Additionally, the update is combined with the general availability of an alpha version of the upcoming 3.11 release.
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Python 3.9 released with multi-processing and other improvements
Python 3.9.0 contains many new features and optimizations.
The new version of Python is now available. Volunteers have been working on the new release for over a year. And although beta versions have been available for some time, the first official version of Python 3.9 was released on October ... Read more
The Python Software Foundation releases Python 3.9 RC2
The Python Software foundation has released 3.9 RC2 and warns users to look out for deprecation warnings, as they are dropping backwards compatibility for unsupported Python 2.7. Python maintainers stopped support for Python 2.7 in April, five years after it was meant to end.
The cessation of ... Read more