Thank you very much!!

Le 26.06.15 11:43, Tony Roberts a écrit :

I've finally gotten round to finishing off the last couple of things that were blocking an 'official' 2.0.0 release (to do with packaging as wheels/source dist).

There is now a 2.0.0 release available on PyPI (, with binary wheels for Windows (32 and 64 bit) and a source distribution for Linux and Mac.

The next task will be to integrate the changes from the renshawbay/pythonnet fork to add Python 3 support.