Pyspread works on Linux and other GTK platforms as well as on Windows.
While there have been reports that pyspread can be used on OS X as well,
OS X is currently unsupported.
Pyspread requires the following software to be installed:
The following optional dependencies improve user experience:
These instructions are for installing the source tarball
pyspread v1.1.1 (gpg sig).
The following distributions provide pyspread as a package
(latest release linked):
|Linux Mint||pyspread v1.0.1 Please do not use v1.0.1 that has a critical file saving bug.|
For these distributions, the easiest way is to install pyspread from the repositories. The source distribution can also be used e.g. if the packaged version is outdated.
Starting from version 1.0, a Windows 32 bit installer is available (Windows XP or later). Note that the installer does not comprise all libraries that are used in the examples, i.e. maps and videos in the grid will not work out of the box.
If you want to customize a Windows installation or if you require 64 bit then install pyspread manually.
Please follow these instructions. Links point at sites where both 32 bit and to 64 bit versions are provided.
Martin Manns (mmanns < at > gmx < dot > net)
Last changed: 18. January 2017