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ActivePython 3.2.2.3 Release Notes

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Release History and Changes (3.2)

What's New in ActivePython-3.2.2.3

Release date: 08-Sep-2011

New Features & Upgrades

  • Upgrade to Python 3.2.2 (release notes)
  • [Windows] Security upgrade to openssl-1.0.0e
  • Upgraded the following packages:
    • Distribute-0.6.21
    • virtualenv-1.6.4

What's New in ActivePython-3.2.1.2

Release date: 20-July-2011

New Features & Upgrades

  • Include updated virtualenv (1.6.3) and pip (1.0.2) that was forgotten in previous release (3.2.1.1)
  • Upgrade to PyPM 1.3.5

Noteworthy Changes & Bug Fixes

  • PyPM:
    • Upgrade SQLAlchemy to 0.6.8
    • sudo pypm .. should always use root user's BE license file

What's New in ActivePython-3.2.1.1

Release date: 14-July-2011

New Features & Upgrades

  • Upgrade to Python 3.2.1 (release notes)
  • Upgrade to pythonselect 1.3 which supports Windows
  • Include virtualenv (1.6.1) and pip (1.0.1)
  • Upgrade to PyPM 1.3.4:
    • [Windows] Bug #89474: automatically expand %APPDATA%PythonScripts
    • Bug #90382: --no-ignore option to fail immediately for missing packages
  • Upgraded the following packages:
    • Distribute-0.6.19

Noteworthy Changes & Bug Fixes

  • PyPM:
    • Upgrade to six 1.0.0
    • Bug #89540: uninstall command now properly removes symlinks
    • Bug #89648: shebang fixer skips symlinks

What's New in ActivePython-3.2.0.0

Release date: 22-Feb-2011

New Features & Upgrades

  • PyPM (beta) for Python 3.2
  • Distribute (setuptools)
  • [Windows] Upgrade to PyWin32 CVS snapshot as of 2011-01-16
  • [MacOSX] readline support via Apple's libedit library
  • OpenSSL 1.0.0d
  • [Windows] Fix a tarfile performance issue (issue11224)

Known Issues

This section lists known issues with ActivePython and Python.

Windows

Mac OS X

  • ActivePython 2.5 does not include documentation (Bug #90508)

Linux

  • The hashlib module may not import on certain versions of RHEL and CentOS with SELinux enabled. See Bug #88464 for a workaround.