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Author georg.brandl
Recipients blakemadden, brett.cannon, georg.brandl
Date 2008-12-09.22:08:55
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Message-id <1228860536.88.0.622840769993.issue4586@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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Brett:

> You are probably looking at http://docs.python.org/3.0/ still and that
> only updates when a new release happens.

That is not true, I want it to update continually, like the 2.6 ones,
and have already contacted Neal about it.

Blake:

> Didn't you just have a new release, Python 3?  I thought the website
> said it was a stable release?  The production help for Python 3 is using
> Py_InitModule, which doesn't even exist in the production release of
> Python 3.

Yes. The production help is not without errors, since many changes to
the Python 3 branch haven't been properly documented.

But as said, when all is set up correctly, the docs.python.org/3.0 docs
will update and correct errors such as this one.
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