Monthly Archives: February 2008

ETS 2.7.0 Released!

I’m proud to announce that as of a few minutes ago, ETS 2.7.0 was
released by being tagged in our svn repository and having source eggs
(i.e. tarballs) uploaded to the Enthought egg repository at: http://code.enthought.com/enstaller/eggs/source/

In addition, binary eggs have already been built and uploaded for:

  • Windows XP i686: …/enstaller/eggs/windows/xp/
  • Mac OS X 10.5 x86_64: …/enstaller/eggs/macosx/10.5/

Enthought will build this release on a few more platforms (RHEL flavors)
and then update the installation and build instructions provided on the
Enthought wiki at https://svn.enthought.com/enthought/wiki/Install.

In addition, we would be pleased to host binaries built by you for other
platforms — just ping me to get instructions on how to build
appropriately. As the install instructions are a wiki, you can also
help to craft them for these other platforms, or help to write up how to
build from source. Thanks in advance for any help!

PS. Please see here for a list of some of the changes from 2.6.0 to 2.7.0.

ETS 2.6.0 released!

I’m proud to announce that as of a few minutes ago, ETS 2.6.0 was released by being tagged in our svn repository and having source eggs (i.e. tarballs) uploaded to the Enthought egg repository at: http://code.enthought.com/enstaller/eggs/source/

The biggest change between this release and the ETS 2.6.0b1 release is that we’ve fixed up most of the examples to run correctly, there are a few bug fixes in various sub-projects, and all the sub-projects have dropped their beta designation as well.

Enthought will now begin to kick off binary release builds for various platforms (Windows XP i686, OSX 10.5 x86_64, RHEL 3 x86_64) and publish the resulting eggs to the Enthought egg repository as soon as the builds complete. After these builds get uploaded, we’ll take a stab at updating the install instructions on the enthought wiki (https://svn.enthought.com/enthought/wiki/Install) for the platforms we’re building for.

In addition, we would be pleased to host binaries built by you for other platforms — just ping me to get instructions on how to build appropriately. As the install instructions are a wiki, you can also help to craft them for these other platforms, or help to write up how to build from source. Thanks in advance for any help!