"The current release of Blender is 2.48a
The Blender Wiki with online docs, Quick Start and other goodness is here:
Online documentation for Blender's Python API is here:
http://www.blender.org/documentation/24 ... index.html
PDF versions of the wiki docs are available for download here:
http://www.letworyinteractive.com/b/200 ... mber-2008/ "
Yet another cursed four-o-four, rears it's rotting head...
~Mini Rant Begin~
Damn wikis...I don't feel like hunting for hours online especially since my internet is so spotty! This is becoming a well-accepted trend in the 3D program development community, though at least you're not like some programs...I remember purchasing a $400+ program that didn't have any documentation whatsoever, not even an updated wiki! (Guess which one? They also ended up giving it away for two months as well..) so I guess you guys are a step up, but still, if you cannot bother to update your links to the docs, then it really says a lot about you as far as how serious you are about your software as a whole.
~Mini Rant End~
Don't get me wrong, I do note the software itself has grown up to be a literal freeware version of lightwave, (Which is no small feat. Indeed, it's outstanding dedication!) and that you folks are a unique group in a sea of GNU software enthusiasts who have entered the 3D dev realm, but I wish you folks at blender (And software programmers in general) wouldn't take your offline user manuals for granted.