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wxWidgets3.0-devel-win64-3.0.2.0.exe 2014-11-28 86.8 MB 130130 weekly downloads
wxWidgets3.0-devel-win32-3.0.2.0.exe 2014-11-28 84.6 MB 8080 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-win64-3.0.2.0-py27.exe 2014-11-28 16.8 MB 1,6341,634 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-win64-3.0.2.0-py26.exe 2014-11-28 16.8 MB 225225 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-win32-docs-demos-3.0.2.0.exe 2014-11-28 39.4 MB 534534 weekly downloads
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wxPython3.0-win32-3.0.2.0-py26.exe 2014-11-28 15.3 MB 255255 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-osx-docs-demos-3.0.2.0-cocoa-py2.7.dmg 2014-11-28 36.8 MB 100100 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-osx-docs-demos-3.0.2.0-carbon-py2.7.dmg 2014-11-28 36.5 MB 4040 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-osx-docs-demos-3.0.2.0-carbon-py2.6.dmg 2014-11-28 36.5 MB 1212 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-osx-3.0.2.0-cocoa-py2.7.dmg 2014-11-28 36.0 MB 529529 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-osx-3.0.2.0-carbon-py2.7.dmg 2014-11-28 34.4 MB 182182 weekly downloads
wxPython3.0-osx-3.0.2.0-carbon-py2.6.dmg 2014-11-28 34.4 MB 6868 weekly downloads
wxPython-src-3.0.2.0.tar.bz2 2014-11-28 58.3 MB 708708 weekly downloads
wxPython-docs-3.0.2.0.tar.bz2 2014-11-28 21.5 MB 8181 weekly downloads
README 2014-11-28 1.1 kB 44 weekly downloads
wxPython-demo-3.0.2.0.tar.bz2 2014-11-28 4.0 MB 123123 weekly downloads
Recent Changes for wxPython ===================================================================== 3.0.2.0 ------- * 28-Nov-2014 Fixed wxPython bug on OSX that was preventing the wx.App's virtual methods related to handling App Events, like open-files or reopen-app, from being handled correctly. NOTE: It appears that wxPython applications on OSX will now always be getting an initial Apple Event(s) sent to `MacOpenFiles` coresponding to the name of the script and args on the python command-line. Added patch #15142 which adds support for building with and using GTK3 as the wx platform. Thanks kosenko! Fixed the OSX Carbon build to actually use Carbon. (Because of a change in defaults it was actually building the Cocoa build instead.) Pythonized DataViewCtrl.HitTest. It now takes just the Point parameter and returns the DataViewItem and DataViewColumn objects. If there is no item at that point then item will evaluate to False, (or you can use its IsOk method.) For example:: item, col = ctrl.HitTest(point) if item: doSomething(item, col)
Source: README, updated 2014-11-28