Amy Krug | 9 Jun 23:11 2014
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Download of Python(x,y)-2.7.6.1.exe blocked by Antivirus

Hey, I wanted to download Python(x,y)-2.7.6.1.exe, but my Antivirus (avast free) blocked the download because of a Trojan Horse ("Win32:Dropper-gen [Drp]").
Does anybody else have this problem?
Thanks, Amy

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Gabi Davar | 4 Jun 10:48 2014
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Python(x, y) 2.7.6.1 Released!

Hi All,


I'm happy to announce that Python(x, y) 2.6.6.1 is available for immediate download.from any of the mirrors. The full change log can be viewed here. Please post your comments and suggestions to the mailing list.

Looking forward - actual work on a Python 2.7 64bit version is underway. A Python 3.4.x version is next in line - this is based on current perceived users input. Help would be much appreciated - it will make the 3.4.x happen sooner.

Please note that WindowsXP is no longer tested or officially supported - It has officially followed Windows 2000 into retirement.

What's new in general:

  • The NTUA mirror is temporary unlisted until a FALSE malware issue is resolved with Chrome.
  • The installer was enhanced to support more command line arguments for easier unattended install -  See Advanced Install .
  • pip is modified to provide more information in the 'show' command:

  • MinGW was finally updated 4.8.1 as Python 2.7.6+ was fixed to support it.
  • All packages updated to their latest versions (at the time) - IPython, GDAL, OpenCV, Numpy, SciPy, ITK, sqlalchemy, Astropy, SWIG etc.
  • Support libraries version updated - libpng, webp, turbojpeg, openjpeg2000.
  • Packaging Bug fixes (OpenCV, console uninstall, etc).
  • PycURL now include the relevant curl executable.

New noteworthy packages:

  • ffnet - Feed-forward neural network solution for python.
  • PyMC - Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling toolkit.
  • seaborn - a Python visualization library based on matplotlib.
  • PyAudio - Python bindings for PortAudio, the cross-platform audio I/O library.
  • pyOpenSSL - Python interface to the OpenSSL library
  • requests - a HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.
Have fun!

-Gabi Davar

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Gabi Davar | 28 May 16:39 2014
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python(x,y) 64bit

It's on the table. Help will make it happen sooner.

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Fabien | 6 May 16:37 2014
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spyder fails to start

hello

I have a problem with spyder.
It fails to start.
I am under windows XP and pythonxy 2.7.6.0.
I ran in console mode. This screen is the traceback.
I haven't found this error whithin the support forum.

is anyone can help me ?

regards

Fabien

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林吳長 | 28 Apr 05:13 2014
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Enhanced Consoles

I try to use enhanced console...
but not happy :(

Line separated in strange way, not on newline symbol ..

Fortunately, i found a another console

https://code.google.com/p/conemu-maximus5/

Ansi color and unicode input works good like in a putty window...
And ConEmu could use PyCmd as default laucher
More like a unix shell :>

PyCmd
http://sourceforge.net/projects/pycmd/?source=navbar

I recommend Windows users to use ConEmu.

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朱良君 | 25 Apr 15:05 2014
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Where to download pythonxy-2.7.3.0 ?

Hello!
I want to use ArcGIS 10.2 which integrated Python 2.7.3.
Also,  I need to use Python(x,y).
But I just can not find the corresponding version of Python(x,y). Maybe Python(x,y)-2.7.3.0 ?
Thanks for your help.

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Jacek Wojcieszyński | 23 Apr 15:51 2014
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cvxopt not reachable from python(x,y)

I just installed out of the box the latest version of python(x,y) with python 2.7.6 on Windows 7 64-bits platorm. When I run python shell I can not import cvxopt library. What could went wrong?

I installed it once on another PC without any problem, but now I can not find a solution.

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Rolf Hemmerling | 2 Apr 18:33 2014
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Python pypi download broken on Win8.1, how to fix ? ( typical error message: _ssl.c:507: error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed )

Hello,
on my Win8.1 computer,

a)
with latest Python x,y 2.7.6.0 distribution installed,
and I also tried with some earlier 2.7.5.x distributions,

since lately, I can´t download and install by easy_install from pypi .

So a command like "easy_install behave" failes by:
***********************
Searching for behave
Reading https://pypi.python.org/simple/behave/
Scanning index of all packages (this may take a while)
Reading https://pypi.python.org/simple/
easy_install : Download error on https://pypi.python.org/simple/behave/: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:507: error:14090086:SSL
routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed -- Some packages may not be found!
Couldn't find index page for 'behave' (maybe misspelled?)
Download error on https://pypi.python.org/simple/: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:507: error:14090086:SSL
routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed -- Some packages may not be found!
No local packages or download links found for behave
error: Could not find suitable distribution for Requirement.parse('behave')
***********************

Same with any other pypi package.
Obviously SSL download is broken.

b)
I had no problem with Python x.y 2.7.6.0 distribution on another Win7 computer,
there is everything ok with EASY_INSTALL.

c)
On the other hand, on the computer where EASY_INSTALL fails,
with the latest Anaconda 1.9.1 distribution
there is everything ok with EASY_INSTALL - I can do the installation "easy_install behave" successfully, and I may there use the "Conda" installer too ( which does not download from pypi ).

The reason why I like to use Python x,y instead of Anaconda for the next steps, is that a working version of QT is installed with Python x,y but not with Anaconda.
And I am hesitating what's wrong at all with my computer that Python x,y network SSL connections fail!

I did not find any clue by Internet search, some indications are that I have invalid certificates loaded..  but how to fix it, on Windows?!
There was also the tip to install a very-old PIP 1.2.1 which does not yet use SSL,
but other people in the Internet pointed to the fact, that most instructions how to install PIP require a working EASY_INSTALL and vice versa.
And this does not explain anything.

So any help or hint is appreciated!
 
Sincerely
Rolf

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Pedro Morais | 1 Apr 16:23 2014
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Teorema de bolzano num ficheiro WAV


Boas! 

Precisava de um apoio num código. Preciso de descobrir o número de zeros, o número de vezes que passa por "X" de uma onda de um ficheiro WAV.

neste momento  estamos a usar;

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
from scipy.io import wavfile

contagem = 0
i = 0

fs, data = wavfile.read('FURELISE.WAV');

#print(np.array([data]))

for i in range(data):
    if (i*i)<0:
        print ()
    
    
plt.plot(data);
plt.title('FURELISE');
plt.show()


e dá erro  de  
TypeError: only length-1 arrays can be converted to Python scalars

agradeço a ajuda!!

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Hagai Shalev | 18 Mar 13:34 2014
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IPython Qt Console

Hi,
I installed Pythonxy on win7 laptop and I can't launch  "IPython Qt Console " form the "Run selected application" button (green V sign button ):

1. There is no response on screen
2. A new python.exe process appears in the "Windows Task manager" (but not seen on screen)
3. It is possible to launch C:\Python27\Scripts\ipython-script.py directly from the folder, but it appears in black background.
4. reinstall pythonxy didn't help
5. other applications (Spyder, GNUplot etc.) runs with no problems

Any ideas?
Thanks

Hagai



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James Kerns | 3 Mar 01:47 2014
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Matplotlib Qt widget

Hello, Python noob here. I'm sure there's something simple I'm missing here, but here goes.

I'm trying to create a GUI via Qt Designer with a matplotlib widget (defined here). 

I've added it into the GUI in the designer, converted to a *.py, where it uses the above definition. However, I don't have the normal methods associated with a matplotlib figure or axes (at least shown in autocompletion). 

E.g. I'd like to plot an image on the matplotlib widget. The example in the definition works fine, but the methods it uses are not listed when I try to do it myself. The only ones available are figure, axes, and a few others, but autocompletion doesn't show me the methods available in figure or axes. Am I missing some inheritance thing here? I'm an amateur programmer so I never know what methods are and aren't available to me, so I always glance through the autocompletion options.

Many thanks, 

James

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