The list of major changes for Python 3.2 can be found at Python.org, along with the download links. Some of the key highlights jumping on the list include the introduction of a stable ABI for the extension modules, an overhauled GIL implementation, an extended email package, an improved SSL module, a sysconf module for accessing configuration information, improvements to the Python Debugger, and much more.
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