PyOpenGL-3.0.0a5 hits the shelves (Finally get the release out)

Wound up spending almost the whole afternoon on PyOpenGL (and I only got up around noon-ish). Mostly just tiny little issues here and there. Upshot, however, is that the alpha package is released now. You should be able to install it with:
easy_install PyOpenGL

with a sufficiently new version of setuptools installed. You'll want to remove the OpenGL-3.0.0a4 package and any previous PyOpenGL version.


  1. Richard Jones

    Richard Jones on 11/23/2006 3:34 a.m. #

    Congrats on getting the new release out!

  2. bundagan

    bundagan on 11/23/2006 5:31 p.m. #

    Great work Fletch,<br />
    i was wondering if anybody has tried this on win32 with py2exe? Also curious if there is any performance boost or loss by using the new wrappers.

  3. Mike Fletcher

    Mike Fletcher on 11/27/2006 2:30 a.m. #

    I believe we had a failure on Apple with py2app, apparently the dependency resolution code isn't yet setuptools-aware, so the packages don't include the key mechanisms required for registration. I'm guessing a similar situation under py2exe. The idea is to teach the packagers to be setuptools aware (at least in the case of py2app).

  4. Will McGugan

    Will McGugan on 11/27/2006 3:59 p.m. #

    Looking forward to PyOpenGL, but I'm struggling to get it to work on Windows. easy_install gives me a 'not a zip' error...<br />
    <br />
    zipimport.ZipImportError: not a Zip file: 'c:\docume~1\admini~1\locals~1\temp\ea<br />

  5. Dunk Fordyce

    Dunk Fordyce on 02/15/2007 3:10 a.m. #

    Same zipimport error on linux ( Ubuntu Edgy )

  6. Mike Fletcher

    Mike Fletcher on 02/15/2007 4 p.m. #

    I've uploaded 3.0.0a6 to SourceForge. I'm going to skip the upload to PyPI, as those seemed to be the messed-up versions.

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