pygame - importing GL - very bad...
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Wed Jan 2 00:56:47 CET 2013
On 01/01/2013 11:39 PM, alex23 wrote:
> On Jan 1, 9:00 pm, someone <newsbo... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I can see that pygame hasn't been updated for
>> a long while - not many users use it?
> It helps if you look in the right place:
> pygame "Last Updated 2012-12-29": https://bitbucket.org/pygame/pygame/src
> pygame2: http://code.google.com/p/pgreloaded/
Maybe... But if you look for stable releases here:
You'll find the top option: 1.9.1 Packages (August 6th 2009)
And then previous releases is just below 1.9.1:
pygame-1.9.0release.tar.gz ~ 1.4M - August 1, 2009
pygame-1.8.1release.tar.gz ~ 1.4M - July 30, 2008
pygame-1.8.0release.tar.gz ~ 1.4M - March 29, 2008
pygame-1.7.1release.tar.gz ~ 1.3M - August 16, 2005
1.7.0 ~ no source release was made.
pygame-1.6.2.tar.bz2 ~ 1140 kb -
pygame-1.6.tar.gz ~ 832 kb - October 23, 2003
pygame-1.5.tar.gz ~ 736 kb - May 30, 2002
pygame-1.4.tar.gz ~ 808 kb - Jan 30, 2002
pygame-1.3.tar.gz ~ 731 kb - Dec 19, 2001
pygame-1.2.tar.gz ~ 708 kb - Sep 4, 2001
pygame-1.1.tar.gz ~ 644 kb - Jun 23, 2001
pygame-1.0.tar.gz ~ 564 kb - Apr 5, 2001
pygame-0.9.tar.gz ~ 452 kb - Feb 13, 2001
pygame-0.5.tar.gz ~ 436 kb - Jan 6 14, 2001
pygame-0.4.tar.gz ~ 420 kb - Dec 14, 2000
pygame-0.3b.tar.gz ~ 367 kb - Nov 20, 2000
pygame-0.2b.tar.gz ~ 408 kb - Nov 3, 2000
pygame-0.1a.tar.gz ~ 300 kb - Oct 28, 2000
Back to year 2000...
Maybe they should get a grip on themselves and distribute a new stable
releases in year 2013 - then it would at least SEEM to look as the
project is not dead. But in any case, I'm happy with it - haven't
experienced any big issues with pygame yet, so don't take this as I
don't value what they do. Maybe they've made a great version back in
2009 and it's so good that there wasn't any need for a newer stable
version before 2013.
But it gives the impression that nothing happens, when so many years
Anyway, thanks a lot to all...
(And sorry I accidentally replied privately to some of you - in
thunderbird I should hit the "followup"-button but maybe they've removed
it and instead I keep on hitting "reply" - very confusing that the first
button in thunderbird is reply instead of followup, which is what I
always prefer to use (so other people can see the answers).
Thanks you for pointing out that (at least) something did happen on
2012-12-29, when it looks a bit dead on the official homepage.
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