version 1.0 of PyXLL is now available to download.
This version includes a few new features, but the biggest changes are internal to suport a new tool 'PyXLL-Bake' that allows you to create standalone redistributable Excel addins using PyXLL. If you're interested, drop me an email and I can give you more information about that.
The new features are:
- a new type 'xl_cell' for passing metadata about the argument cell itself to python functions
- pyxll stubs python module included to make it easier to test your code outside of Excel
- xl_on_close decorator for registering on close callbacks
- paths in the config file may be relative paths (relative to the config file)
The docs on the website have also been updated.
Please email me with any feedback or if you have any problems (or ask on the forum!)