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the python modules are available

October 17, 2008

At long last, I have something for you to get!  These Python modules are compiled against Rat Physics rev. 286.  In the Windows package, you will find three directories, each labeled win32-2.x.  Replace the ‘x’ with your version of Python, go to that directory, and run wrapper_test.py.

If a Python error says that the module is linked to the wrong version of Python, which is unlikely, simply change the version in the makefile.  The makefile is like 5 lines long, I doubt you’ll have problems with it.  Please note that you MUST have SWIG installed to rebuild the module.

The GNU/Linux version is the same deal, except there are no version options, it is just compiled with the latest version.  You can modify the makefile to suit your version if you don’t have Python 2.5.

Here are the downloads:

GNU/Linux Rat Physics rev. 286 bound against Python 2.5
Win32 Rat Physics rev. 286 bound against Python 2.4, 2.5, and 2.6

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