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Any plans for an OS X version?

gaston-hillar
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Are there any plans to provide an OS X version for the Intel® Python distribution?

Right now, you have Windows and Linux versions.

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Ricardo_C_Intel
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Hello Gaston,

yes, there is a OS X version which will be available with our 2017 Beta release by the end of this week.
I will be updating the Forum and the Intel Distribution for Python when the binaries are available.

Thanks,

Ricardo

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Ricardo_C_Intel
Employee
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Hello Gaston,

yes, there is a OS X version which will be available with our 2017 Beta release by the end of this week.
I will be updating the Forum and the Intel Distribution for Python when the binaries are available.

Thanks,

Ricardo

gaston-hillar
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Hi Ricardo,

Thanks for your detailed response. That's great news. I look forward to working with the new beta release and using it on OS X.

I also work with Windows and Linux platforms. However, OS X is also a very important platform for me when working with Python related things.

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