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Python 3.2.1 was released on July 10th, 2011.

 
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Breakin news item from http://python.org/download/releases/3.2.1/ (hope the input from command line will also be fixed)

Python 3.2 is a continuation of the efforts to improve and stabilize the Python 3.x line. Since the final release of Python 2.7, the 2.x line will only receive bugfixes, and new features are developed for 3.x only.

Since PEP 3003, the Moratorium on Language Changes, is in effect, there are no changes in Python's syntax and only few changes to built-in types in Python 3.2. Development efforts concentrated on the standard library and support for porting code to Python 3. Highlights are:

numerous improvements to the unittest module
PEP 3147, support for .pyc repository directories
PEP 3149, support for version tagged dynamic libraries
PEP 3148, a new futures library for concurrent programming
PEP 384, a stable ABI for extension modules
PEP 391, dictionary-based logging configuration
an overhauled GIL implementation that reduces contention
an extended email package that handles bytes messages
a much improved ssl module with support for SSL contexts and certificate hostname matching
a sysconfig module to access configuration information
additions to the shutil module, among them archive file support
many enhancements to configparser, among them mapping protocol support
improvements to pdb, the Python debugger
countless fixes regarding bytes/string issues; among them full support for a bytes environment (filenames, environment variables)
many consistency and behavior fixes for numeric operations

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Windows adds '\n\r' combo to the input() and Python 3.2 only removed the '\n', retaining the '\r' character. This bothersome bug is fixed in Python 3.2.1

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