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docs.python.org access should be working again


Sorry for the problem with docs.python.org . Python 2.6 includes a complete
rework of the Python documentation suite. There were problems with the
installation location which should be resolved now. If you visit

http://docs.python.org/

and still see the 2.5.2 doc page, force a page reload in your browser.

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Skip Montanaro - sk**@pobox.com - http://www.webfast.com/~skip/
Oct 2 '08 #1
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