Friday, June 3, 2011

Python(x, y) Released!

    Hi All,
    We are pleased to announce that Python(x,y) has been released. This is a minor release in the 2.6.6.x branch - bringing several core packages updates and PyQt stability fixes. It also includes a new log2del.exe file bypassing the TrendMicro issue.
    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. Here are the plugins updated in version 
    • Spyder 2.0.11
    • NumPy 1.6.0
    • PyQt 4.8.4
    • guiqwt 2.1.3
    • guidata 1.3.1
    • Pydev 2.0
    • netcdf4 0.9.4
    • SWIG 2.0.4
    • Veusz 1.11
    • Pyreadline 1.7
    • IPython 0.10.2
    • SciTE 2.26
    • xy 1.2.7
    • PyQwt 
    -Gabi Davar and Pierre Raybaut


  1. Thanks for the great work! Still hoping that PySide makes it in eventually (it's now post-1.0 release)!

  2. I recently discovered pythonxy and now I no longer use MATLAB. It has all the tools I need and more. Thank you!