Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Van Rossum promises Python 3.6 will move to GitHub

The new version of the language will have improved readability and cryptography and could do away with the multicore-impeding GIL With the planned Python 3.6 release, the popular scripting language is due for improvements in readability and cryptography. Also on the agenda: Moving the project to GitHub to help contributors participate in the language's development.



Read the full article here by Cryptography News
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