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wxPython 4.0.6 Released


wxPython 4.0.6 is now available at PyPI, with some additional files at Extras

This is a quick-fix release to take care of the following issues:

  • Fixed a probably rare, but fatal bug on OSX when calling certain overloaded virtual methods with implementations in Python.

  • Fixed char pointers in generated stub code to have a valid pointer value.

  • Reverted the change that loads up install_requires from the contents of requirements.txt. Split the requirements.txt file into one for install and one for development.

wxPython 4.0.5 Released

"St. Helens Day"

wxPython 4.0.5 is now available at PyPI, with some additional files at Extras

Changes in this release include the following:

  • Added missing HtmlWindow.ScrollToAnchor method, and also a couple methods in HtmlCell too. (#1141)

  • Added missing setters for the wheel-related properties in wx.MouseEvent. (#1140)

  • Updated wxWidgets commit reference, bringing fixes for #1140, #1086 and #1147.

  • Fix the use of the output parameter in HtmlWindow.OnOpeningURL the same way it was fixed in HtmlWindowInterface.OnHTMLOpeningURL. (#1068)

  • Fixed a crashing bug when using a member of a transient wx.VisualAttributes object. Also set the attributes to be read-only to simplify the fix. (#1198.

  • Updated the sip being used in wxPython builds to version 4.19.16.

  • Added helper functions to check results of wxWidgets configure during the build of wxPython. Currently used to determine if the wx webview, glcanvas, and media libraries should be added to the link command. (#1138)

  • Fixed scrollbar issue with ListCtrlAutoWidthMixin (#1215)

  • Fixed file access in the wx.py and wx.tools.pywxrc packages to be Python 2 and 3 compatible. (#1193, #1156)

  • Fixes for building with Python 3.8 on Linux. (#1227)

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