Python 2.5 has been released. I am now in the process of testing my libraries to make sure nothing has broken. So far httplib2 checks out fine. The one odd part is that the unit tests run two to three times faster under 2.5 than they did under 2.4. I know performance was one of the things highlighted in 2.5, but twice as fast? That's impressive. I plan on testing it out on some other machines just to be sure. And don't go quoting me on the speed increase, the last thing I need is the unit tests for httplib2 becoming some sort of unofficial benchmark. It happens.