Python 3.1.1 has been released. This bug fix release fixes many normal bugs and several critical ones including potential data corruption in the io library. Python 3.1 focuses on the stabilization and optimization of the features and changes that Python 3.0 introduced.
NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 includes the following changes: 1) Support for JavaFX 1.2 2) Upgrade of GlassFish v3 Prelude to include fixes from bundle #28f 3) Integration of important bug fixes based on user feedback, especially in the Java Editor and project scanning areas
Support for JavaFX 1.2 technology was currently available for NetBeans IDE 6.5.1 but is now available for the 6.7 version as well.
Python 3.1 has been released. It’s a a continuation of the work started by Python 3.0, the new backwards-incompatible series of Python. Improvements in this release include an ordered dictionary type, various optimizations to the int type, new unit test features including test skipping and new assert methods, a much faster io module, tile support for Tkinter , a pure Python reference implementation of the import statement and a new syntax for nested with statements.
Google’s Chrome Web Browser is yet to have the kind of impact that Google manages to get so often with its products. The luke warm response to Chrome was primarily attributed to the fact that Chrome did not dramatically change anything about web browsers.
eXo Platorm has released new versions of the key components of its offering: Java Content Repository (JCR) Portlet Container (PC), Enterprise Content Management (ECM) & Collaborative Suite (CS).
Mapnik is an OpenSource C++/Python toolkit for developing GIS (Geographic Information Systems) applications.