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Updated Chapter 2: Admonition 'Django and Python 3.0'
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@@ -34,15 +34,15 @@ features you might like to use in your applications. Plus, certain third-party
Django add-ons that you might want to use might require a version newer than
Python 2.5, so using a later version of Python keeps your options open.
-.. admonition:: Django and Python 3.0
+.. admonition:: Django and Python 3.x
- At the time of writing, Python 3.0 had been released, but Django
- only supported it experimentally. Python 3.0 introduced a
- substantial number of backwards-incompatible changes to the
+ At the time of writing, Python 3.3 has been released, but Django
+ only supports it experimentally. This is because the Python 3.x series
+ introduces a substantial number of backwards-incompatible changes to the
language itself, and, as a result, many major Python libraries and
- frameworks, including Django, had not yet caught up.
+ frameworks, including Django (as of version 1.4), have not yet caught up.
- Django 1.5 will support Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2. However,
+ Django 1.5 is slated to support Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2. However,
support for Python 3.2 is considered a "preview", which means the
Django developers are not yet confident enough to promise
stability in production. For that, they suggest you wait until
@@ -502,4 +502,4 @@ What's Next?
Now that you have everything installed and the development server running,
you're ready to :doc: learn the basics `Chapter 3`_, of serving Web pages with Django.
-.. _Chapter 3: chapter03.rst/
+.. _Chapter 3: chapter03.rst/

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