Pyevolve 0.6rc1 released !

I’m proud to announce the Pyevolve 0.6rc1 ! This is the first release candidate, but it’s pretty stable for production use (as from this 0.6 version we are very closer to a stable codebase, thanks to community).

See the documentation site and the What’s New.

I would like to thank the people who directly or indirectly have contributed with this release: Boris Gorelik, Amit Saha, Jelle Feringa, Henrik Rudstrom, Matteo de Felice, SIGEVOlution Board, Mike Benoit, Ryan Campbell, Jonas A. Gustavsson, Soham Sadhu, Ernesto Costa, Ido Ben-Tsion, Frank Goodman, Vishal Belsare, Benjamin Bush; and a lot of people who gave us feedback of the experience with the use of Pyevolve on their applications.

For downloads, go to the Downloads section at Documentation site.

If you see something wrong with this release candidate, please create a ticket reporting your problem at Pyevolve Trac, so we can provide fixes to the official release.

Happy coding !

– Christian S. Perone


  1. I’ve been following the development of this. I am excited to explore the new features in 0.6! GP wooo!

  2. looking around for a list of feature requests or bug reports. I’d love to contribute to this project. The documentation could also use some love.

    I’d love to contribute so please let me know.

  3. Dear Mr.Perone:
    I would like to know if there is any guide on how to install the newest version of Pyevolve on Linux? I install Pyevolve 0.5 using easy_install. But the newest version seems only have source code. And I don’t know how to install the source code. Would you give me a hand? Thanks.


  4. Why does pip install pyevolve give an error ‘Could not find any downloads that satisfy the requirement pyevolve”?

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