[Numpy-discussion] ANN: EPD 7.3 (and 8 preview beta) released

Ilan Schnell ischnell at enthought.com
Wed May 23 19:13:28 EDT 2012


I am pleased to announce the release of Enthought Python Distribution, EPD
version 7.3, along with its "EPD Free" counterpart.  The highlights of this
release are: the addition of enaml, Shapely and several other packages,
as well as updates to over 30 packages, including SciPy and IPython.
To see which libraries are included in the free vs. full version, please see:


The complete list of additions, updates and fixes is in the change log:


EPD 8 preview beta

EPD 8.0 beta takes all that we know and love in EPD 7.x and adds an all-new
graphical development and analysis environment.  The new GUI is focused on
providing a fast, lightweight interface designed for scientists and
engineers.  Some of the key features are:

  * A Python-centric text editor including tab-completion plus on-the-fly
    code analysis.
  * An interactive Python (IPython) prompt integrated with the code editor
    to enable rapid prototyping and exploration.
  * A Python package manager to make is easier to discover, install, and
    update packages in the Enthought Python Distribution.
  * Integrated documentation, both on the GUI itself and standard online

EPD 8 beta can be downloaded from:


About EPD
The Enthought Python Distribution (EPD) is a "kitchen-sink-included"
distribution of the Python programming language, including over 90
additional tools and libraries. The EPD bundle includes NumPy, SciPy,
IPython, 2D and 3D visualization tools, and many other tools.

EPD is currently available as a single-click installer for Windows XP,
Vista and 7, MacOS (10.5 and 10.6), RedHat 3, 4, 5 and 6, as well as
Solaris 10 (x86 and x86_64/amd64 on all platforms).

All versions of EPD (32 and 64-bit) are free for academic use.  An
annual subscription including installation support is available for
individual and commercial use.  Additional support options, including
customization, bug fixes and training classes are also available:


- The EPD Team

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