> Let's try again with a correct subject line...
> Are there any plans for Windows binaries for Python-2.5?
Python 2.5 is supported by the PyOpenGL 3.x code line. I'm not going to
say I will never get around to updating the PyOpenGL 2.x code-line
release, but as of right now it's pretty low on my priority list (and a
royal PITA due to the lack of a properly working Win32 compiler on my
workstations). The fact that there are also going to be lots of code
changes due to the switch to ssize usage is making it a bigger project
> Also, the install page says pyopengl is dependent on
> Numerics-23 which is 2 versions old in the Numerics line,
> and Numerics itself is (from what I read) obsoleted by
> Numpy-1.0. Are there eany plans to update this dependency?
PyOpenGL 3.x (currently in fairly early alpha) uses numpy by default,
with support for numarray and numeric available with non-standard builds.
Mike C. Fletcher
Designer, VR Plumber, Coder