[FRPythoneers] PythonWorks 1.3 final now available [NS-100-000-031] (fwd from: info at pythonware.com)
efm at tummy.com
Thu Dec 6 09:13:12 MST 2001
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Subject: PythonWorks 1.3 final now available [NS-100-000-031]
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PythonWorks 1.3 final is now available for download from
the PythonWare site.
This release is available as a self-installing EXE for
Windows 98/NT/2000/XP, and as an RPM for RedHat Linux and
- New features (since 1.2) include:
+ Jython support. You can develop, run, and debug programs
written for Jython/JPython 1.0, 1,1, 2.0, 2.1, and later.
+ Improved support for newer Python versions. 2.1, 2.2 etc.
This release uses Python 2.1.1 internally.
+ Much improved user interface builder (layout editor) for
+ The main editor pad can be split, with subpads either on
top of each other, or side by side.
+ New functions such as built-in PyChecker, diff, etc.
+ Much improved Emacs/Notepad-style editor modes.
- Showing matching parentheses in editor.
- Show line/column and selected editor mode in status line.
- New and improved key bindings.
- ... and much more
+ New project settings panel.
+ Speed improvements, most notably to the tracer and editor.
+ New and improved menus.
+ A rich set of predefined run environments for common Python
distributions, plus automatic generation of run environments
for Jython and others.
+ An on-line version of Fredrik Lundh's "Python Standard
Library" book is available as part of the help system.
- The 1.3 installation can co-exist with previous versions.
However, you should consider backing up existing projects
before using them under 1.3.
To download 1.3 final, point your favourite browser to the
the pythonworks team
"Secret Labs AB -- makers of fine pythonware since 1997"
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