Index of /pub/lang/python

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[PARENTDIR] Parent Directory - [DIR] 2.0.1/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] 2.0/ 2001-08-23 21:00 - [DIR] 2.1.1/ 2001-08-17 21:00 - [DIR] 2.1.2/ 2002-02-09 21:00 - [DIR] 2.1.3/ 2002-04-23 21:00 - [DIR] 2.1/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] 2.2.1/ 2002-04-23 21:00 - [DIR] 2.2.2/ 2003-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] 2.2.3/ 2003-06-13 21:00 - [DIR] 2.2/ 2002-04-23 21:00 - [DIR] 2.3.1/ 2003-09-24 21:00 - [DIR] 2.3.2/ 2003-10-18 21:00 - [DIR] 2.3.3/ 2004-02-04 21:00 - [DIR] 2.3.4/ 2004-05-27 21:00 - [DIR] 2.3.5/ 2005-03-21 21:00 - [DIR] 2.3.6/ 2006-11-01 21:00 - [DIR] 2.3/ 2004-12-17 21:00 - [DIR] 2.4.1/ 2005-04-03 21:00 - [DIR] 2.4.2/ 2005-11-23 21:00 - [DIR] 2.4.3/ 2006-04-26 21:00 - [DIR] 2.4.4/ 2006-10-20 21:00 - [DIR] 2.4/ 2004-11-30 21:00 - [DIR] 2.5/ 2006-10-12 21:00 - [DIR] binaries-1.1/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] binaries-1.2/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] binaries-1.3/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] binaries-1.4/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] binaries-1.5/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] contrib-09-Dec-1999/ 2001-12-26 21:00 - [DIR] contrib/ 2005-04-29 21:00 - [DIR] doc/ 2006-10-18 21:00 - [DIR] mac/ 2005-10-11 21:00 - [DIR] mail/ 2001-06-14 19:14 - [DIR] misc/ 2004-07-11 21:00 - [DIR] nt/ 2001-06-14 19:28 - [DIR] parrotbench/ 2004-01-01 21:00 - [DIR] pc/ 2001-06-14 19:19 - [DIR] pythonwin/ 2003-09-05 21:00 - [DIR] src/ 2002-03-20 21:00 - [DIR] vms/ 2001-08-06 21:00 - [DIR] win32/ 2001-09-04 22:17 - [DIR] wpy/ 2003-09-05 21:00 - [   ] INDEX 2001-08-07 06:34 1.7K
Python Distribution
===================

Most subdirectories have a README or INDEX files explaining the
contents.

src/		Python source (C core and Python librarys) for most platforms
doc/		Documentation (PostScript, LaTeX, HTML, ...)
contrib/	Contributed software
mac/		Apple Macintosh specific files
(See http://www.python.org/windows for the core of the win32 Python universe.)
pc/		DOS, Windows 3.1(1), OS/2 specific files
win32/		Windows NT specific files (see also wpy/ and pythonwin/)
nt/		Same directory as 'win32' - see just above
binaries-1.5/	UNIX binaries (not as current as you'd like :-( )
binaries-1.4/	Older UNIX binaries
binaries-1.3/	Older UNIX binaries
binaries-1.2/   Older UNIX binaries
binaries-1.1/	Older UNIX binaries
mail/		Old mailing list archives - 1992 -> April 1995
		(See http://www.python.org/locator/ for search of
		mailing list traffic from 1995 to the present.)
misc/		Miscellaneous
pythonwin/	Windows NT distribution from Mark Hammond
wpy/		Portable GUI library (NT, Win32s and Unix/X/Tk)
vms/		VMS specific files

Extensions (may be combined):

.gz		compressed with "gzip".
.tar		UNIX tar file
.exe		DOS or Windows executable
.shar		self-unpacking UNIX shell archive
.hqx		Mac BinHex 4.0
.sit		StuffIt Light(TM) Mac archive
.sea		StuffIt Light(TM) self-extracting Mac archive
.bin		MacBinary format
.html		HyperText Mark-up Language (WWW)
.el		Emacs Lisp
.ps		PostScript
.lect		Lectern display format
.zip		DOS zip archive

.tgz		== .tar.gz

You can force the ftp server to deliver gzipped versions of files,
and/or tar directories, by adding the appropriate suffix to the name
of the actual file you're fetching.  Eg, 'get README.gz' will get a
gzipped version of this file, and 'get misc.tar.gz' will fetch a
gzipped tar archive of the misc subdir.