Python 3.2 is now available for download. It represents the continued dedication to stabilize and improve the Python 3.x line. It brings some welcome improvements to the table, as well as many bug fixes.
Python's configparser has been upgraded across the board, and now features mapping protocol support. The email package has been extended to now handle bytes messages, too. To reduce contention, GIL implementation has also been improved, plus much more.
In the realm of bug fixes in the newest Python release, developers addressed several consistency and behavior issues for numeric operations. Bytes and string issues were also fixed, and include full support for a bytes environment. The Python debugger, also known as pdb, has been revamped as well.
As the Python team continues to develop the programming language, it promises that any efforts to create new features will only be found in Python 3.x. Any updates in the Python 2.x line will be strictly limited to bug fixes.