[ANN] Python(x,y) 2.6.3.0 released

Discussion in 'Python' started by Pierre Raybaut, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. Hi all,

    I'm quite pleased (and relieved) to announce that Python(x,y) version
    2.6.3.0 has been released. It is the first release based on Python 2.6
    -- note that Python(x,y) version number will now follow the included
    Python version (Python(x,y) vX.Y.Z.N will be based on Python vX.Y.Z).

    Python(x,y) is a free Python distribution providing a ready-to-use
    scientific development software for numerical computations, data
    analysis and data visualization based on Python programming language, Qt
    graphical user interfaces (and development framework), Eclipse
    integrated development environment and Spyder interactive development
    environment. Its purpose is to help scientific programmers used to
    interpreted languages (such as MATLAB or IDL) or compiled languages
    (C/C++ or Fortran) to switch to Python.

    It is now available for Windows XP/Vista/7 (as well as for Ubuntu
    through the pythonxy-linux project -- note that included software may
    differs from the Windows version):
    http://www.pythonxy.com

    Major changes since v2.1.17:
    * Python 2.6.3
    * Spyder 1.0.0 -- the Scientific PYthon Development EnviRonment, a
    powerful MATLAB-like development environment introducing exclusive
    features in the scientific Python community
    (http://packages.python.org/spyder/)
    * MinGW 4.4.0 -- including gcc 4.4.0 and gfortran
    * Pydev 1.5.0 -- now including the powerful code analysis features
    of Pydev Extensions (formerly available as a commercial extension to the
    free Pydev plugin)
    * Enthought Tool Suite 3.3.0
    * PyQt 4.5.4 and PyQwt 5.2.0
    * VTK 5.4.2
    * ITK 3.16 -- Built for Python 2.6 thanks to the help of Charl
    Botha, DeVIDE (Delft Visualisation and Image processing Development
    Environment)

    Complete release notes:
    http://www.pythonxy.com/download.php

    - Pierre
    Pierre Raybaut, Oct 18, 2009
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