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SimPel Download

SimPel is available free of charge and open source (see license). We recommend everybody with a recent Python installation on their computers to download the source code and use it.

However, sometimes it is more convenient to have precompiled binaries available. Therefore, we make one-click binary distributions of SimPel available on this site for Windows, Linux and macOS.

Please note that these versions are much harder to debug if something goes wrong, therefore, they are provided as is without any further support.

Binaries for Windows have been built with Windows 7 and a Python installation consisting of Python 3.5, numpy 1.11.3+mkl, scipy 0.19.0, matplotlib 2.1.2, and PyQt5 5.8.2. They are known to work under Windows 7 and 10 and both, 32 bit and 64 bit versions of the operating system

Download Windows Binary (106 MB)

Binaries for macOS have been built with macOS 10.12.6 (Sierra) and a Python installation consisting of Python 3.6, numpy 1.12.1, scipy 0.19.0, matplotlib 2.0.0, and PyQt5 5.8.2.

Download macOS Binary (54 MB)

Binaries for Linux have been built with Ubuntu 14.04 and a Python installation consisting of Python 3.5, numpy 1.13.0, scipy 0.19.0, matplotlib 2.2.2, and PyQt5 5.10.1.

Download Linux Binary (101 MB)

A note on how these binaries have been created: Thanks to PyInstaller, it is rather straightforward to create binary distributions of Python programs, both as directories with all the necessary files contained as well as single-file executables.

Similar to cx_freeze, PyInstaller allows to define additional options in a “spec” file. This file is included in the sources available. To get a one-file binary, it was called simply as follows:

pyinstaller --onefile setup.spec
simpel/download.txt · Last modified: 2018/08/29 11:51 by till