[Pythonmac-SIG] MacEnthon 0.0 testing release
bob at redivi.com
Mon Apr 4 04:00:50 CEST 2005
On Apr 3, 2005, at 21:48, Robert Kern wrote:
> Bob Ippolito wrote:
>> On Apr 3, 2005, at 21:03, Robert Kern wrote:
>>> I am pleased to announce the availability of MacEnthon 0.0!
>>> MacEnthon is the OS X counterpart to the popular "Enthought Edition"
>>> of Python: a convenient bundling of a number of packages geared for
>>> the scientific community. Right now, it targets the Apple-installed
>>> Python 2.3.0. Once I am satisfied with this release, I will consider
>>> cutting a release for Python 2.4.1. This is currently just a test
>>> release. Please do not tell newbies to go install it, yet.
>> Excellent. You should probably be using PyProtocols CVS.
> Works for me.
>> Which revision of PyObjC is in there? I made some commits today...
>> Hopefully you didn't pick something up while I was in the midst of
>> working on the new Xcode templates...
> Apparently I did. I touched a 00README.txt to get it to build. I'll
> rebuild tomorrow or whenever you guys think it's wise. I've been
> following the PyObjC list and the str-unicode issues.
I trashed that 00README because it's no longer relevant to anything
else in the repository. The new docs aren't written yet.
It's fine to rebuild tomorrow, but I think we might make another
relatively major change in the next week, aside from updated docs.
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