The libraries for python runtime
The python interpreter can be embedded into applications wanting to
use python as an embedded scripting language. The python-libs package
provides the libraries needed for this.
This directory contains only a subset of the Distutils, specifically
the Python modules in the 'distutils' and 'distutils.command'
packages. This is all you need to distribute and install Python
modules using the Distutils. There is also a separately packaged
standalone version of the Distutils available for people who want to
upgrade the Distutils without upgrading Python, available from the
IDLE is Python's Tkinter-based Integrated DeveLopment Environment.
IDLE emphasizes a lightweight, clean design with a simple user interface.
Although it is suitable for beginners, even advanced users will find that
IDLE has everything they really need to develop pure Python code.
IDLE features a multi-window text editor with multiple undo, Python colorizing,
and many other capabilities, e.g. sma
This directory exists so that 3rd party packages can be installed
here. Read the source for site.py for more details.
This is Python version 2.4
Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2
What's New in IDLE 1.1.3?
*Release date: 29-MAR-2006*
What's New in IDLE
Please refer to the IDLEfork and IDLE CVS repositories for
change details subsequent to the 0.8.1 re
Original IDLE todo, much of it now outdated:
A. HISTORY OF THE SOFTWARE
Python was created in the early 1990s by Guid
Browse inside python-libs-2.4.3-46.el5.x86_64.rpm