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Auxiliary wxPython Release Files
================================

The source and binary extension modules for wxPython are located at PyPI where
they can be downloaded either manually or automatically via the pip tool.  See
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/wxPython or https://pypi.org/project/wxPython/

The files in this folder are the extras that are not uploaded to PyPI,
including the documentation, demo and samples, debugger information files
(.pdb) for Visual Studio, and also some binary wheels for a few flavors of
Linux.

To use pip to install one of these wxPython wheels for Linux, explore here under
the "linux" folder to find the folder name of the Linux distro that most closely
matches the one you want to install on, and decide if you want the gtk3 or gtk2
port of wxPython. Then you can use a pip command line like this example for 
gtk3 and Ubuntu 18.04:

    URL=https://extras.wxpython.org/wxPython4/extras/linux/gtk3/ubuntu-18.04
    pip install -U -f $URL wxPython