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QuoteOn behalf of the Python development community and the Python 3.10 release team, I'm pleased to announce the availability of Python 3.10.0.Python 3.10.0 is the newest major release of the Python programming language, and it contains many new features and optimizations.Major new features of the 3.10 series, compared to 3.9Among the new major new features and changes so far:PEP 623 – Deprecate and prepare for the removal of the wstr member in PyUnicodeObject.PEP 604 – Allow writing union types as X | YPEP 612 – Parameter Specification VariablesPEP 626 – Precise line numbers for debugging and other tools.PEP 618 – Add Optional Length-Checking To zip.bpo-12782: Parenthesized context managers are now officially allowed.PEP 632 – Deprecate distutils module.PEP 613 – Explicit Type AliasesPEP 634 – Structural Pattern Matching: SpecificationPEP 635 – Structural Pattern Matching: Motivation and RationalePEP 636 – Structural Pattern Matching: TutorialPEP 644 – Require OpenSSL 1.1.1 or newerPEP 624 – Remove Py_UNICODE encoder APIsPEP 597 – Add optional EncodingWarning
QuoteHere you have a nice package of 200 commits of bugfixes and documentation improvements freshly made for Python 3.10.
QuoteThis bugfix version of Python was released out-of-schedule to address the CVE, and as such contains a smaller number of changes compared to 3.10.6 (200 commits), or in fact 3.9.7 (187 commits) at the same stage of the release cycle a year ago. But there's still over a 100 commits in this latest Python version so it's worth checking out the change log.
QuoteDéjà vu? Right, a month after the expedited releases we are doing the dance again. This coincides with the regular scheduled time for 3.10.8 but since we accrued a few fixes in 3.7 - 3.9 as well, we're again releasing all four editions at the same time. We're not promising to continue at this pace.As a bugfix release coming a mere month after an out-of-schedule security release, 3.10.8 is somewhat smaller compared to 3.9.8 released at the same stage of the release cycle a year ago. There's 151 commits vs 204 in 3.9. It's still a larger release than 3.10.7 at 113 commits. One way or the other, it's worth checking out the change log.