[SciPy-user] About alternatives to Matlab
pwang at enthought.com
Mon Nov 20 01:01:16 CST 2006
On Nov 20, 2006, at 12:51 AM, Sourish Basu wrote:
> From looking at the results in Google, it seemes to me that Chaco is
> integrated with Enthought, which is exclusively for windows. Is
> there a
> similar ongoing effort for Linux/Unix systems?
Actually, the Enthought Python Distribution ("Enthon") is not the
same as the Enthought Tool Suite ("ETS"), which includes Traits,
Envisage, Chaco, and other libraries. The former is Windows-only
right now, but the latter runs well on Windows, Linux, and (mostly) Mac.
Chaco runs on linux, and until I fix some things and get it working
for Mac natively, I actually develop it in Ubuntu running in
Parallels on my mac.
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