There are Installation instructions in German for the TIM Tools.
See also Releases for information about each release.
- Alternatively use timtools-0.6.10-py2exe.zipif you want to print landscape and don't have the «Hebrew transformation» problem and want to use a version older than 16.12.05
- Experimental: Installer using alternative packaging method (see 12.04.2005) : timtools-0.6.8-mcmillan.zip
- Raceman binary click-and-try installer for Windows: Raceman-0.6.4-setup.exe:
- Keeper binary click-and-try installer for Windows: Keeper-0.6.4-setup.exe.
- Complete source distribution : lino-0.6.10.zip
- timtools 0.6.33 released (Releases 07.06.07) — This binary release contains sendmail.py: several bugs fixed. Get it from the Download page. Committed revision 458 and 459. timtools 0.6.32 is now obsolete.
- timtools 0.6.34 released (Releases 07.06.07) — This binary release fixes sendmail.py and non-ascii sender (07.06.07) Get it from the Download page. Committed revision 460, 461. timtools 0.6.33 is now obsolete.
- timtools 0.6.21 released (Releases 22.09.06) — The new TIM Tools installer for Win32 on the Download page fixes several bugs. more
- timtools 0.6.20 released (Releases 30.08.06) — The new TIM Tools installer for Win32 on the Download page fixes a bug in prnprint. Prnprint version 0.6.19 can be considered unusable.
- timtools 0.6.19 released (Releases 22.08.06) — The new TIM Tools installer for Win32 on the Download page fixes the problems related to Landscape printing.
- timtools now with py2exe *and* McMillan (code changes 06.04.05) — On the Download page there are now two variants of the TIM tools. Although they are functionally equivalent, they are packaged using different techniques (one with py2exe, the other with McMillan Installer. more
- worked on release process (code changes 25.01.05) — With py2exe and InnoSetup it was relatively easy to automate the distribution cycle. Lino has now a source release for those who want to use the Framework (produced with standard distutils, the TIM Tools are still a simple zip file with the py2exe output (since they are just command-line tools without any "Windows binary"), and Raceman has a fool-proof Windows installer (produced by InnoSetup from the py2exe output). more