1. Georg Brandl
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+{% extends "layout.html" %}
+{% set title = 'Download' %}
+{% block body %}
+<h1>Download Python {{ release }} Documentation
+  {%- if last_updated %} (last updated on {{ last_updated }}){% endif %}</h1>
+<p>To download an archive containing all the documents for this version of
+Python in one of various formats, follow one of links in this table. The numbers
+in the table are the size of the download files in Kilobytes.</p>
+{# XXX download links, relative to download_base_url #}
+<p>These archives contain all the content in the documentation section.</p>
+<p>Unix users should download the .tar.bz2 archives; these are bzipped tar
+archives and can be handled in the usual way using tar and the bzip2
+program. The <a href="http://www.info-zip.org">InfoZIP</a> unzip program can be
+used to handle the ZIP archives if desired. The .tar.bz2 archives provide the
+best compression and fastest download times.</p>
+<p>Windows users can use the ZIP archives since those are customary on that
+platform. These are created on Unix using the InfoZIP zip program. They may be
+unpacked using the free WiZ tool (from the InfoZIP developers) or the
+proprietary <a href="http://www.winzip.com">WinZip 7.0</a> tool. Many other
+tools for handling ZIP archives are available; any of them should work. WinZip
+can also handle the gzipped tar archives if needed, but be careful that the
+filenames may be mangled if you download these using a Web browser.</p>
+<p>Note that the .tar.bz2 files are smaller than the other archives; Windows
+users may want to install the bzip2 tools on their systems as well. Windows
+binaries for a command-line tool are available at <a
+href="http://www.bzip.org">The bzip2 and libbzip2 official home page</a>, but
+most other archiving utilities support the tar and bzip2 formats as well.</p>
+<p><strong>Printing PDFs using Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0:</strong> Adobe has
+reportedly admitted that there is a bug in Acrobat Reader 5.0 which causes it
+not to print at least some PDF files generated by pdfTeX. This software is used
+to produce the PDF version of the Python documentation, and our documents
+definately trigger this bug in Acrobat Reader. To print the PDF files, use
+Acrobat Reader 4.x, ghostscript, or xpdf.</p>
+<p>Reportedly, Acrobat Reader 6.0 can print these documents without this
+problem, but we've not yet had an opportunity to confirm the report. Sadly,
+version 6.0 is not yet available on Unix platforms.</p>
+<p>If you have comments or suggestions for the Python documentation, please send
+email to <a href="docs@python.org">docs@python.org</a>.</p>
+{% endblock %}