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Python 2.6.6 release candidate 2 now available.

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Hello fellow Python enthusiasts,

The source tarballs and Windows installers for the second (and hopefully la=
st)
Python 2.6.6 release candidate is now available:

    http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.6.6/

We've had a handful of important fixes since rc1, and of course a huge numb=
er
of bugs have been fixed since 2.6.5, with the full NEWS file available here:

    http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.6.6/NEWS.txt

We would love it if you can download, install, and test this version with y=
our
favorite projects and on your favorite platforms.  We expect to release Pyt=
hon
2.6.6 final on August 24, 2010.

Please note that with the release of Python 2.7 final on July 3, 2010, and =
in
accordance with Python policy, Python 2.6.6 is the last scheduled bug fix
maintenance release of the 2.6 series.  Because of this, your testing of th=
is
release candidate will help immensely.  We plan on continuing to support
source-only security fixes in Python 2.6 for the next five years.

My thanks go out to everyone who has contributed with code, testing and bug
tracker gardening for Python 2.6.6.  The excellent folks on #python-dev are
true Pythonic heros.

Enjoy,
-Barry
(on behalf of the Python development community)

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