[Numpy-discussion] ANN: PyQwt-5.1.0 released
Sun Jun 1 07:11:58 CDT 2008
What is PyQwt ( http://pyqwt.sourceforge.net ) ?
- it is a set of Python bindings for the Qwt C++ class library which
extends the Qt framework with widgets for scientific and engineering
applications. It provides a 2-dimensional plotting widget and
various widgets to display and control bounded or unbounded floating
- it requires and extends PyQt, a set of Python bindings for Qt.
- it supports the use of PyQt, Qt, Qwt, and optionally NumPy or SciPy
in a GUI Python application or in an interactive Python session.
- it runs on POSIX, Mac OS X and Windows platforms (practically any
platform supported by Qt and Python).
- it plots fast: fairly good hardware allows a rate of 100,000
points/second. (PyQwt with Qt-3 is faster than with Qt-4).
- it is licensed under the GPL with an exception to allow dynamic
linking with non-free releases of Qt and PyQt.
The most important new features of PyQwt-5.1.0 are:
- support for Qwt-5.1.0.
- support for PyQt-4.4.2 and SIP-4.7.6.
- support for Qt-4.4.
- the CartesianDemo.py, MaskedDataDemo.py, PickerDemo.py examples.
The most important bug fixes in PyQwt-5.1.0 are:
- fixed QwtPicker::stateMachine() to allow for subclassing of QwtPicker
1. Python-2.5, or -2.4.
3. PyQt-4.4, PyQt-4.3, or PyQt-4.2.
3 SIP-4.7, or SIP-4.6.
4. Qt-3.3, or Qt-3.2.
5. Qt-4.4, Qt-4.3, or Qt-4.2.
6. Qwt-5.1, or Qwt-5.0.
7. Recent versions of NumPy, numarray, and/or Numeric.
Enjoy -- Gerard Vermeulen
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