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PyWBEM Project Web site re-established

As of today, the PyWBEM Project Web site has been re-established, and reworked a bit.
For example, the API Reference Documentation is now available.

To visit the project web site, follow the "PyWBEM Web Site" link on the summary page, or go directly to

Feedback about the project web site is welcome and should go to the pywbem-devel mailing list.

Posted by Andreas Maier 2014-10-11

Development snapshot of PyWBEM 0.8.0 released

A development snapshot of PyWBEM, of the upcoming new version 0.8.0, is now available for download. This version includes many bug fixes and improvements since the last released version 0.7 from 2008. For a list of changes, see the NEWS file in the download archive.

Attention: This is a development snapshot and not a final release. As such, it may not have seen the test of a final release. It passes the unit test cases, however.... read more

Posted by Andreas Maier 2014-10-10

PyWBEM 0.7 released

A new version of PyWBEM, version 0.7, is now available for download. This version includes over one year of bug fixes and lots of new features.

Download the latest release from the PyWBEM download page

Posted by J. Bart Whiteley 2008-12-12

PyWBEM 0.6 released

A new version of PyWBEM, version 0.6, is now available for download. This version includes 11 months of bug fixes and a handful of new features.

Download the latest release from the PyWBEM download page at

Posted by Tim Potter 2007-10-26

PyWBEM 0.5 released

After a long period of gestation PyWBEM 0.5 has been released. This version sports a cleaner, simpler object interface, more CIM operations have been implemented, and many bugs have been fixed.

Unfortunately some backwards incompatibile changes have been made to function arguments and return values so scripts written to use previous versions of PyWBEM will need to be tested against the latest version.... read more

Posted by Tim Potter 2006-11-21

Ruby CIM Client Available

For WBEM developers and users interested in the Ruby language a Ruby CIM client has been registered with RubyForge. RubyWBEM is available for download at

Posted by Tim Potter 2006-10-03

Migration to Subversion

PyWBEM has migrated from using CVS to Subversion for revision control. Thanks goes to the SourceForge guys for all their work in getting svn working as an alternative to CVS. For information about checking out a svn repository, go to the PyWBEM subversion page at

Posted by Tim Potter 2006-04-21

Development mailing list created

A mailing list has been created for PyWBEM development and usage questions. Subscribe to the list at If there is sufficient demand, a user-specific list will be created.

Posted by Tim Potter 2006-01-10

PyWBEM at Management Developers' Conference 2005

PyWBEM was the subject of a presentation at the Management Developers' Conference 2005. The presentation and code examples are now available for download at

Posted by Tim Potter 2005-12-07

Source code checked in to CVS

The source for PyWBEM has been checked in to CVS on SourceForge. Although the code has been available for perusal in the file releases, it is now more accessible for external development via SourceForge's anonymous CVS service and CVS web interface.

Posted by Tim Potter 2005-11-30

PyWBEM 0.4 released

Finally, PyWBEM 0.4 has been released. This release fixes a
couple of bugs found by testers (thanks everyone) as well as a more usable implementation of the associator provider client functions.

Posted by Tim Potter 2005-11-15

PyWBEM 0.3 released

PyWBEM 0.3 has been released! This is the first public release of PyWBEM. The main difference between the previous (private) releases is that PyWBEM now supports extrinsic CIM method calls. Many small bugfixes have also been made.

Posted by Tim Potter 2005-04-29

PyWBEM project released as open source

PyWBEM, a Python library for the Web Based Enterprise Management protocol, is now available to the general public as a project on Thanks to HP for sponsoring the development of PyWBEM and allowing it's release under an open source license, the GNU GPL.

Posted by Tim Potter 2005-04-29