Release Notes: This release requires a minimum of Python 2.4. It adds a rewritten manual, integration with setuptools and pypi, --version-file with Unicode support, running of frozen apps from paths containing foreign characters, a --icon option for OS X, argv emulation for OpenDocument AppleEvent, the option --runtime-hook to allow running custom code, renaming of --buildpath to --workpath, placement of a created app in --distpath, experimental support for Linux Arm, and the new/fixed import hooks docutils, jinja2, sphinx, pytz, idlelib, sqlite3, IPython, Scipy, pygst, Python for .NET, PyQt5, Bacon, raven, twisted, pygst, and Django 1.4.
Release Notes: This release requires a minimum of Python 2.3, adds experimental AIX and Solaris support, supports OS X 10.7 and 10.8, simplifies the commandline interface, adds/improves hooks for PyUSB, wx, Tkinter, PyQt4, pyttsx, win32com, and pyenchant, creates application bundles (.app) on OS X, adds other OS X improvements and bugfixes, supports running in virtualenv, uses the Python logging system for message output, improves the test suite, adds a lot of code refactoring, moves source code hosting to github, and makes bootloader overrides PYTHONHOME and PYTHONPATH.
Release Notes: This is a major stable release. New features were added, including full support for Python 2.6 and 2.7 (even on Windows), support for Windows 64-bit, binary bootloaders for Linux and Mac OS X (32-bit only), improved Mac OS X support, and compatibility with older Python versions (Python 2.2+). Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This is a major stable release. Many new features were added, including preliminary Mac OS X support, improved Linux support, intelligent tracking of ctypes dependencies, support for digital-signing under Windows, and support for dozens of third-party libraries. Python versions up to 2.7 are fully supported on Linux and Mac and up to 2.5 on Windows. Hundreds of bugs were fixed.