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  • David Lyon at Jan 6, 2009 at 12:39 am
    Hi,

    I would have to put in a vote for Ubuntu.

    There seems to be a working ubuntu package for most of the things that I
    have tried. Instead of having to use a pythonic package - just get one from
    the os.

    As for the things you mention.. give it a go
    On Mon, 5 Jan 2009 15:42:00 -0800, "member thudfoo" wrote:
    One with all the major python GUIs: pyQT, pyGtk, pyKde, wxPython, ....
    And so on.
  • Alex goretoy at Jan 6, 2009 at 1:11 am
    +1 for ubuntu

    -Alex Goretoy
    http://www.alexgoretoy.com
    somebodywhocarez at gmail.com

    On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 12:39 AM, wrote:

    Hi,

    I would have to put in a vote for Ubuntu.

    There seems to be a working ubuntu package for most of the things that I
    have tried. Instead of having to use a pythonic package - just get one from
    the os.

    As for the things you mention.. give it a go
    On Mon, 5 Jan 2009 15:42:00 -0800, "member thudfoo" wrote:
    One with all the major python GUIs: pyQT, pyGtk, pyKde, wxPython, ....
    And so on.

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  • James Mills at Jan 6, 2009 at 1:14 am

    On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 11:11 AM, alex goretoy wrote:
    +1 for ubuntu
    +1 for Ubuntu also (for the novice and ex-windows user(s))

    +2 for CRUX (1)

    cheers
    James

    1. http://crux.nu/
  • Lex Hider at Jan 6, 2009 at 1:16 am
    Probably not a big difference in most cases between debian, ubuntu,
    fedora. The latter two may be more likely to have more recent
    versions.

    I'm pretty sure ubuntu is the only one which currently has python 3.0
    in it's archives [no, it's not the default version].
    On 06/01/2009, member thudfoo wrote:
    One with all the major python GUIs: pyQT, pyGtk, pyKde, wxPython, ....
    And so on.
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  • David Crouse at Jan 6, 2009 at 7:41 am
    I use Arch Linux, it has Python 3.0 and 2.6 and 2.4. Below are some
    common packages and their version numbers. I wouldn't however
    recommend Arch to a new Linux user, it's not Ubuntu. However once
    installed and configured, it's very easy to maintain.

    python3 3.0-3
    python 2.6.1-1
    python24 2.4.6-1

    wxpython 2.8.9.1-1
    pykde 3.16.2-1
    pygtk 2.13.0-2
    pyqt 4.4.4-1

    eric 4.2.4a-1
    scite 1.77-1
    ipython 0.9.1-1
    python-cheetah 2.0.1-2

    django 1.0.2-1
    cherrypy 3.1.1-1
    pil 1.1.6-5
    pylint 0.15.2-1
    beautiful-soup 3.1.0-1

    On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 7:16 PM, Lex Hider wrote:
    Probably not a big difference in most cases between debian, ubuntu,
    fedora. The latter two may be more likely to have more recent
    versions.

    I'm pretty sure ubuntu is the only one which currently has python 3.0
    in it's archives [no, it's not the default version].
    On 06/01/2009, member thudfoo wrote:
    One with all the major python GUIs: pyQT, pyGtk, pyKde, wxPython, ....
    And so on.
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  • David Cournapeau at Jan 6, 2009 at 8:51 am

    On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 10:16 AM, Lex Hider wrote:
    Probably not a big difference in most cases between debian, ubuntu,
    fedora. The latter two may be more likely to have more recent
    versions.

    I'm pretty sure ubuntu is the only one which currently has python 3.0
    in it's archives [no, it's not the default version].
    OTOH, it does not have python 2.6 yet, which is a bit annoying.

    cheers,

    David
  • Dave Crouse at Jan 6, 2009 at 9:21 am
    My apologies to the list if this is a double post. My email client
    tried to send with the wrong email address.

    I use Arch Linux, it has Python 3.0 and 2.6 and 2.4. Below are some
    common packages and their version numbers. I wouldn't however
    recommend Arch to a new Linux user, it's not Ubuntu. However once
    installed and configured, it's very easy to maintain.

    python3 3.0-3
    python 2.6.1-1
    python24 2.4.6-1

    wxpython 2.8.9.1-1
    pykde 3.16.2-1
    pygtk 2.13.0-2
    pyqt 4.4.4-1

    eric 4.2.4a-1
    scite 1.77-1
    ipython 0.9.1-1
    python-cheetah 2.0.1-2

    django 1.0.2-1
    cherrypy 3.1.1-1
    pil 1.1.6-5
    pylint 0.15.2-1
    beautiful-soup 3.1.0-1
    On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 2:51 AM, David Cournapeau wrote:
    On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 10:16 AM, Lex Hider wrote:
    Probably not a big difference in most cases between debian, ubuntu,
    fedora. The latter two may be more likely to have more recent
    versions.

    I'm pretty sure ubuntu is the only one which currently has python 3.0
    in it's archives [no, it's not the default version].
    OTOH, it does not have python 2.6 yet, which is a bit annoying.

    cheers,

    David
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