[Numpy-discussion] EPD Py2.5 v4.1.30101 Released

Chris Casey ccasey@enthought....
Mon Dec 22 13:11:48 CST 2008


Greetings,

Enthought, Inc. is very pleased to announce the newest release of the 
Enthought Python Distribution (EPD) Py2.5 v4.1.30101:

http://www.enthought.com/epd

The size of the installer has be reduced by about half. Also, this is
the first release to include a 3.1.0 version of the Enthought Tool Suite
(http://code.enthought.com/), featuring Mayavi 3.1.0. This is also the
first release to use Enthought's enhanced version of setuptools,
Enstaller (http://code.enthought.com/projects/enstaller/). Windows
installation enhancements, matplotlib and wx issues, and menu
consistency accross platforms are among notable fixes.


The full release notes for this release can be found here:
https://svn.enthought.com/epd/wiki/Py25/4.1.30101/RelNotes

Many thanks to the EPD team for putting this release together, and to 
the community of folks who have provided all of the valuable tools 
bundled here.

Best Regards,

Chris

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About EPD
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The Enthought Python Distribution (EPD) is a "kitchen-sink-included" 
distribution of the Python™ Programming Language, including over 80 
additional tools and libraries. The EPD bundle includes NumPy, SciPy, 
IPython, 2D and 3D visualization, database adapters, and a lot of 
other tools right out of the box.

http://www.enthought.com/products/epd.php

It is currently available as an easy, single-click installer for 
Windows XP (x86), Mac OS X (a universal binary for Intel 10.4 and 
above) and RedHat EL3 (x86 and amd64).

EPD is free for 30-day trial use and for use in degree-granting 
academic institutions. An annual Subscription and installation 
support are available for commercial use
(http://www.enthought.com/products/epddownload.php 
) including an Enterprise Subscription with support for particular 
deployment environments
(http://www.enthought.com/products/enterprise.php 
).

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