which windows python to use?
jstroud at ucla.edu
Thu May 11 22:29:45 CEST 2006
Brian Blais wrote:
> Are there any recommendations for which Windows python version to use?
> I'd like to see a pros-and-cons description of each, given that
> different uses might dictate different versions. The versions I know
> (and there are surely more) are:
> 1) download from www.python.org
> 2) enthought
> 3) activepython
> Are there advantages/disadvantages? I have used enthought before, but
> it seems as if they are not at 2.4, and may lag behind in versions
> (which may not be a bad thing).
> Any other recommendations?
> Brian Blais
Enthought does not play well with cygwin, I've noticed.
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