ANN: ActivePython 2.4.1 build 245 is available
I'm pleased to announce that ActivePython 2.4.1 build 245 is now available from:
ActivePython 188.8.131.52 is a bug-fix release matching the recent core Python 2.4.1 release. ActivePython builds for Linux, Solaris and Windows are available.
We welcome any and all feedback to: ActivePython-feedback@ActiveState.com Please file bugs against ActivePython at: http://bugs.ActiveState.com/ActivePython
What is ActivePython? ---------------------
ActivePython is ActiveState's quality-assured binary build of Python. Builds for Windows, Linux and Solaris and made freely available.
ActivePython includes the Python core and core extensions (zlib 1.2.1, bzip2 1.0.2, bsddb 4.2.52, Tk 8.4.9, and Tix 8.1.4). On Windows, ActivePython includes the PyWin32 suite of Windows tools developed by Mark Hammond, including bindings to the Win32 API and Windows COM, the Pythonwin IDE, and more.
ActivePython also includes a wealth of Python documentation, including: - the core Python docs - Andrew Kuchling's "What's New in Python" series - the Non-Programmer's Tutorial for Python - Mark Pilgrim's excellent "Dive into Python", and - a snapshot of the Python FAQs, HOWTOs and PEPs.
An online version of the docs can be found here: http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/docs/ActivePython/2.4/welcome.html In particular the Release Notes: http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/docs/ActivePython/2.4/relnotes.html and the Installation Guide: http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/docs/ActivePython/2.4/installnotes.html
Extra Bits ----------
ActivePython releases also include the following packages:
- a Windows "debug" package: debug-built binaries for ActivePython users building debug versions of their binary Python extensions - ActivePython24.chm: an MS compiled help collection of the full ActivePython documentation set. Linux users of applications such as xCHM might find this useful. This package is installed by default on Windows.
These packages are available from: ftp://ftp.activestate.com/ActivePython/etc/
On behalf of the team at ActiveState, Thanks, and enjoy!