Release Notes: Support for Python 2.1 nested scopes was added. Debugger support was improved for large data values and quirky C/C++ extension types (e.g. those that raise exceptions during a comparison). Debugging of embedded Python code was fixed. The comment in/out feature was improved to be more compatible with the indent features, and many other bug fixes and minor features were added.
Release Notes: This release fixes failure to start on some Windows configurations, corrects auto-indent in tab-containing indentation, improves support for remote debugging, and fixes bugs affecting debug processes with large data values. Some minor features are included, such as use of native file selector on Windows and color-coded debug session status. Documentation has been expanded for users wishing to recompile the debug server on other platforms (Lynx OS has been tried). The release has also been tested on additional platforms, now including the following: Windows 98se, NT4 SP6, and 2000 SP1, and on RedHat 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, and 7.1; Suse 6.2, 6.4, and 7.0; Caldera 2.4; Mandrake 6.1, 7.1, and 8.0; and Debian 2.2.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Python 2.1 in addition to 1.5.2 and 2.0. Other new features include recent file/project menus, online help, cross-platform project files, configurable menu font/size for editors and GUI, improved debugger value tracking, expanded keyboard/command macro support, other minor features, and many bug fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds Windows 98/SE and NT/2000 support, a debugger attach/detach feature, an easy-to-install Zope+Wing bundle for Linux, and a new Python source indentation manager.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release. Changes from the last beta include support for debugging Tkinter and PyQt based programs, the ability to build location maps for remote debugging, launching of non-Python files and Makefiles from the IDE, indentation guides, and automatic saving of the project file.
Release Notes: This release adds an interactive Python shell, enhanced expression evaluator display options, and substantially improved source code analysis for source browsing and autocompletion. It fixes most major known bugs, improves responsiveness, and reduces memory usage.
Release Notes: This release includes substantial improvements to the debugger, including a new Expression Evaluator feature, and numerous bug fixes and enhancements. Use with the final Python 2.0 release has been tested. Also included are many general usability improvements such as better auto-completion and auto-indent, importing whole directory trees into projects, and automatic removal of stale license lock files. Manuals are also now formatted for printing on A4 paper as well as US Letter.
Release Notes: This 2nd beta release fixes many bugs, introduces several new features, and provides preliminary support for Python 2.0 (beta 1 & 2). Highlights of the changes include: the ability to run under Python 2.0, better debugger display of C extension values (including NumPy arrays), better support for printing Python source files, support for deadkeys on international keyboards, additional commenting, auto-wrapping, and brace matching features, and support for source files with DOS-style \r\n line endings.
Release Notes: Initial beta release.