Reinteract installer for Python 2.7. (16MB download, 50MB installed.)
Requires Python 2.7 distribution from python.org.
The installer includes everything that you need to run Reinteract other than Python: the GTK+ libraries, the Python bindings for the GTK+ libraries, Numpy, and matplotlib. If you already have some of these installed and know that you would rather use the system instead, you can do a custom install and skip those components (advanced users only.)
Installer sources and other versions. How the installer was created.
Reinteract for Intel and PPC, OS X 10.4 or later. (22MB download, 80MB installed.) To install, double click on the disk image to open it and drag Reinteract to your Applications folder.
Requires Python 2.6 or newer. On OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and 10.5 (Leopard) , you’ll need to download and install the Python 2.7 distribution from python.org.
Installer sources and other versions. How the installer was created. Instructions for building from source
Reinteract is available through the package repositories for Fedora and other major Linux distributions. It’s also very easy to get the latest version of Reinteract from source control.
The software can be obtained via the Git source control system as:
git clone git://git.fishsoup.net/reinteract
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To set it up to run from the command line on a Linux system:
mkdir -p ~/bin ln -s `pwd`/bin/uninst.py ~/bin/reinteract
Sources releases are useful only if you are creating a package to distribute for your operating system.