source: trunk/docs/download/download.rst @ 758

Last change on this file since 758 was 758, checked in by cito, 4 years ago

Build source distribution with setup script

Instead of building the source distribution (the tarball) manually
in mktar, we now let do the work for us.

This has the advantage that we can be sure that the created tarball
conforms to the standards (e.g. contains the egg-info bits), and we
don't need to maintain the list of source files in two places any
more - we only need to maintain the file now.

Note that creates a tar.gz file instead of .tgz as before.
We should also distribute it like that because it's the standard on
PyPI etc. I have also changed the download docs to reflect this.

File size: 1.1 KB
1Download PyGreSQL here:
4You can find PyGreSQL on the **Python Package Index** at
5 *
7The **released version of the source code** is available at
8  *
9You can also check the latest **pre-release version** at
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11A **Linux RPM** can be picked up from
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13A **NetBSD package** is available in their pkgsrc collection
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15A **FreeBSD package** is available in their ports collection
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17A **Win32 package** for various Python versions is available at
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22Older PyGreSQL versions:
25You can look for older PyGreSQL versions at
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