[SciPy-user] [python(x,y)] [ Python(x,y) ] New release : 2.1.9

Stef Mientki stef.mientki@gmail....
Wed Jan 7 17:41:34 CST 2009


James, Pierre,

thanks for the information.
Didn't realize that VPython-3 was using the old numeric library.

cheers,
Stef

Pierre Raybaut wrote:
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>> Isn't VPython-5 still a little buggy and missing features of VPyton-3 ?
>> And why only for Windows ?
>> I would suggest to add both  VPython-3 and VPython-5,
>> and use a programmatical switch between these two.
>>
>> cheers,
>> Stef
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> Stef,
>
> To the best of my knowledge (which is quite limited on this matter as 
> I'm not using personnaly this module), there never was a stable version 
> of VPython since v3 which relies indeed on Numeric instead of NumPy as 
> mentioned Jim.
> Moreover, v5.0 being a release candidate, I guess that it's intended to 
> be more stable than v4.0 which was a beta release.
>
> Thanks for your interest in Python(x,y),
> Cheers,
> Pierre
>
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