On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 1:40 AM, Christopher Barker <Chris.Barker@noaa.gov> wrote:
Ralf Gommers wrote:
> At http://github.com/rgommers/NumPy-release-guide you can find a summary
> of how to set up your system to build numpy binaries on OS X. I still
> have to add info on scipy (that's turning out to be fairly painful) but
> for numpy it is pretty complete.
> Any feedback is appreciated!

We really don't want to supply binaries for python 2.5 anymore?

(maybe this will get me to finally switch!

That's fast, I was hoping to get away with that one!

I discussed a bit with David, and he suggested to not make 2.5 binaries for scipy 0.7.2 and then see if there was still any demand. It's a lot of work with perhaps not so much return. Of course a maintenance release of scipy with no new features may be a different story from a new release of numpy/scipy. So by no means is this decided or even publicly discussed. I do want to point out that we have not provided 2.4 binaries for a while without much demand.

So now the question: who still wants and uses 2.5 binaries?