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Re: EPD (Enthought Python Distribution) 4.0.300 Beta 3 available

I have always thought this idea very good, but if I download it and
install it (on my MacBook pro) will any conflicts occur with existing
bits and pieces of Python and its libraries?

Thank you,

Christopher Brewster

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On 27 Sep 2008, at 07:08, Dave Peterson wrote:


We've recently posted the third beta release of EPD (the Enthought
Python Distribution) with Python 2.5 version 4.0.300. You may download
the beta from here:


Please help us test it out and provide feedback on the EPD Trac
instance: https://svn.enthought.com/epd You can check out the release
notes here: http://www.enthought.com/products/ep...leasenotes.php
About EPD
The Enthought Python Distribution (EPD) is a "kitchen-sink-included"
distribution of the Python™ Programming Language, including over 60
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.


It is currently available as a single-click installer for Windows XP
(x86), Mac OS X (a universal binary for OS X 10.4 and above), and
RedHat 3 and 4 (x86 and amd64).

EPD is free for academic use. An annual subscription and installation
support are available for individual commercial use. An enterprise
subscription with support for particular deployment environments is also
available for commercial purchase. The beta versions of EPD are
available for indefinite free trial.
-- Dave

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