Re: [matplotlib-devel] new Quiver progress

2006-06-12 Thread John Hunter
Eric == Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eric I don't understand how event handling works, so I am Eric wondering: can we indeed be sure that window resize etc Eric events are being blocked inside the freeze/thaw block in Eric Axes.draw()? Are they blocked inside the entire

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Plot with color argument as a list

2006-06-13 Thread John Hunter
Gaël == Gaël Varoquaux [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Gaël Hi, It would be a nice feature for the plot command to Gaël accept a list of rgb colors of the same length than the data Gaël vectors to be plotted, in order to generate plots alike the Gaël one on the wiki Gaël

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Questions about mathtext, unicode conversion etc.

2006-06-15 Thread John Hunter
Edin == Edin Salkovi§ [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Edin Hi all, Is it that the code in the mathtext module looks Edin ugly or is it just me not understanding it? Also, if anyone Edin has some good online sources about parsing etc. on the net, Edin I vwould realy appreciate it.

Re: [matplotlib-devel] changes to collections, etc.

2006-06-22 Thread John Hunter
Eric == Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eric Where breakage will occur is any place in user code that Eric expects the collection segments or vertices to be lists of Eric tuples and tries to append to the list, for example. I Eric don't know of any way to make the move

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Unicode to Tex symbols, Type1 names, and vice versa

2006-06-23 Thread John Hunter
Edin == Edin Salkovi§ [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Edin I thought that the idea was to allow users to write unicode Edin strings directly in TeX (OK, this isn't much of an excuse No, this is not the reason. Someone may want to do that one day so it is good to keep the possibility in the

[matplotlib-devel] bugfix release for enthon

2006-07-07 Thread John Hunter
We'd like to do a bugfix release for the next release of enthought python, which will include the latest mpl. Apparently, there is a problem with 0.87.3 and numpy which has been fixed in svn. If there is anything we should wait on, let us know, otherwise we'll probably try to roll out 0.87.4

Re: [matplotlib-devel] backends

2006-07-07 Thread John Hunter
Eric == Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eric John, All this brings to mind something I wanted to bring up Eric anyway: we have a proliferation of backends, and occasional Eric requests for more--are there any we can simply drop now, or Eric soon? For example, gd? And what

Re: [matplotlib-devel] open bug: losing focus after saving in interactive mode

2006-07-09 Thread John Hunter
Mark == Mark Bakker [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Mark The weird thing is that this used to work fine in the past. Mark At least, I am pretty sure it did. Then again, I am Mark watching the Worlcup final at this time. So a significant Mark part of my brain is doing something else,

Re: [matplotlib-devel] backends

2006-07-09 Thread John Hunter
Robert == Robert Hetland [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Robert I'm not suggesting immediate development for a PDF backend Robert (although if it came automatically with kiva, I would use Robert it), I think eps +ghostscript is good enough for now. As you may know, we have a prototype of

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Wednesday minor rev bump?

2006-08-07 Thread John Hunter
Charlie == Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Charlie Are they any lingering issues that would prevent a Charlie Wednesday minor rev bump for the latest numpy? Ideally Charlie it would last through the numpy 1.0 release. Since scipy is next week, we should concentrate on

Re: [matplotlib-devel] svn zoom

2006-08-10 Thread John Hunter
Darren == Darren Dale [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Darren I just tried running backend_driver.py with numerix set to Darren Numeric, and I'm repeatedly getting the following error: Darren File Darren /usr/lib64/python2.4/site-packages/matplotlib/axes.py, Darren line 2502, in

Re: [matplotlib-devel] svn zoom

2006-08-10 Thread John Hunter
Charlie == Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Charlie I periodically am seeing it. But I can't figure out how Charlie to cause it. I have tested a few backends (TkAgg, WX, QtAgg, GTK and GTKAgg) and am only seeing it on GTK and GTKAgg. My guess is that something ou did in adding

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Mathtext questions, continued...

2006-08-18 Thread John Hunter
Edin == Edin Salkovi§ [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Edin Hi all, Please John, take some time before SciPy conf to Edin answer at least some of this questions, because the SoC Edin deadline (21st August) is *very* near. Alas, I am already here and have been a little out of email contact

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Mathtext questions, continued...

2006-08-22 Thread John Hunter
Hi all -- John H here under a different email I'm on vacation so I'll probably be out of touch for a week but just dashed into a cyber-cafe and couldn't resist jumping in. If mathtext_demo and TeX parse or layout that expression differently, it's a bug and should be fixed. We are trying to

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Yet another minor release

2006-08-29 Thread John Hunter
Charlie == Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Travis, would you care to comment? Charlie He made a comment on the numpy list. We can shoot for a Charlie mpl release by the end of the week. Are there any Charlie lingering issues? Apparently numpy 1.05b is due out over the

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Yet another minor release

2006-08-29 Thread John Hunter
Charlie == Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Charlie Sounds good. Two open windows issues that aren't Charlie showstoppers are: 1) Inclusion of msvcp71.dll? 2) Charlie Building against wxpython unicode or ansii? (until we Charlie move to pure python blitting) Since it is a

Re: [matplotlib-devel] [Fwd: [wxPython-users] Re: using wxImage in C++ python extension]

2006-08-31 Thread John Hunter
Ken == Ken McIvor [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Ken On 08/31/06 13:43, Christopher Barker wrote: Ken McIvor wrote: a wxBitmap is the same format as the native rendering system. While most systems use 24b RGB (or 32b RGBA), people can still run displays at 16bpp or

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Custom symbols

2006-09-20 Thread John Hunter
Manuel == Manuel Metz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Manuel would be nice. Or, if I write something like this myself, Manuel is there any chance to add this to matplotlib ? certainly. - Take Surveys. Earn Cash.

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Using selected dpi for PS output

2006-09-22 Thread John Hunter
Nicholas == Nicholas Young [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Nicholas Hi, I sent this message to the list this time yesterday Nicholas and it doesn't seem to have either arrived or bounced - Nicholas so I'm trying again. I Nicholas -- I just applied this to svn. Thanks! JDH

Re: [matplotlib-devel] yet another release?

2006-09-25 Thread John Hunter
Cedric == Cedric Gustin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Cedric Or, if you want, I can give you early access to pygtk Cedric binaries for python 2.5 for testing purpose with Cedric matplotlib ? Just tell me if you need pygtk-2.10 or 2.8 ? Most likely 2.8, but Steve (who is the gtk

Re: [matplotlib-devel] numpy

2006-09-26 Thread John Hunter
Steven == Steven Chaplin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Steven Does mpl only work with specific versions of numpy? Steven Should mpl check for a required version and report an Steven error if its not there? numpy has been a bit of a moving target of late, and typically the latest

[matplotlib-devel] pruning the developer list

2006-09-28 Thread John Hunter
The developer list had grown a bit large and did not reflect people who were actively working on the project, so I decided to prune it down to people who have made commits in 2006 or people who I know are planning to make commits soon. If you would like to be added back at any point, just email

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Introduction

2006-10-06 Thread John Hunter
Greg == Greg Willden [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Greg Hi All, I'm a longtime Matlab user. I've been using Python Greg for a year or two and have begun using Greg Matplotlib/Numpy/Scipy. I have a patch for specgram() that Greg will plot the spectrogram with the positive and

Re: [matplotlib-devel] marker color handling

2006-10-09 Thread John Hunter
Eric == Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eric So: please either restore your patch with additional changes Eric to fix the problem Stefan found, or revert all of it cleanly Eric until this can be sorted out. Norbert -- can you describe briefly the inconsistencies in the format

Re: [matplotlib-devel] custom symbol patch

2006-10-10 Thread John Hunter
Manuel == Manuel Metz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Manuel Hi, I just submitted a patch to sourceforge and also Manuel attached it to this email: Manuel The applied patch modifies the files axes.py and Manuel collections.py. Manuel I added a class StaredRegularPolyCollection()

Re: [matplotlib-devel] marker color handling: line and marker designations

2006-10-10 Thread John Hunter
Eric == Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eric marker='tri_up')? (I still don't know what is the Eric difference between tri_up and triangle_up.) tri_up is a tripod up, vs a triangle up. JDH - Take Surveys.

Re: [matplotlib-devel] marker color handling: line and marker designations

2006-10-10 Thread John Hunter
Eric == Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eric It raises larger API questions. From the standpoint of Eric user-level code readability, the present array of marker and Eric line identifiers (inherited from Matlab) is not good. For Eric example, why should '-' mean a solid

Re: [matplotlib-devel] marker color handling: matplotlibrc generation

2006-10-10 Thread John Hunter
Eric == Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eric 1) generate matplotlibrc with almost everything commented Eric out by default +2 Hopefully, this will address the problem of all the deprecated rc warnings people are getting, which is confusing to new users. Eric 2) eliminate

Re: [matplotlib-devel] custom symbol patch

2006-10-11 Thread John Hunter
Manuel == Manuel Metz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Manuel John Hunter wrote: Manuel == Manuel Metz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Manuel Hi, I just submitted a patch to sourceforge and also Manuel attached it to this email: Manuel The applied patch modifies the files

Re: [matplotlib-devel] GTK Console with inline figures

2006-10-12 Thread John Hunter
Nicolas == Nicolas Rougier [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Nicolas Hi all, Nicolas Based on the GTK console bundled with The Gimp I Nicolas developed a pylab console that display figures inline. I Nicolas thought it might be of some interest for some of you. Nicolas A screenshot

Re: [matplotlib-devel] custom symbol patch

2006-10-13 Thread John Hunter
Manuel == Manuel Metz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Manuel I've attached a patch... I apologize again ... No problem - -I just committed this change. JDH - Using Tomcat but need to do more? Need to support web services,

Re: [matplotlib-devel] ginput in pylab

2006-10-30 Thread John Hunter
Gael == Gael Varoquaux [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Gael On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 08:21:20AM -0600, John Hunter wrote: blocking calls in pylab with gtk threading may be possible but it is beyond my powers. I would write this with a callback, eg create a class that takes

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Home page text

2006-11-01 Thread John Hunter
Charlie == Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Charlie I think this needs some clean-up: The latest Charlie matplotlib-0.87.7 for windows was compiled with numpy 1.0 Charlie final. Please make sure you are not using the latest Charlie numpy-1.0. Oops -- done. Thanks. JDH

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Home page text

2006-11-01 Thread John Hunter
Chris == Chris Walker [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Chris On which subject, What's new starts: Chris What's new in matplotlib 0.83 Chris rather than the 0.87.7 yes, that is a bit out of date If you would like to help here, the file htdocs/whats_new.html.template is in the htdocs

Re: [matplotlib-devel] basemap compile problem

2006-11-01 Thread John Hunter
Jeff == Jeff Whitaker [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jeff John Hunter wrote: Jeff John: In the process of updating the proj4 source files to Jeff version 4.5.0, I've somehow munged the repository. Could Jeff you try revision 2836? If that works for you, I'll try to Jeff revert

Re: [matplotlib-devel] A question about cbook.is_string_like

2006-11-05 Thread John Hunter
Andrew == Andrew Straw [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Andrew BTW, what's the official status of the PDF backend? Last Andrew I checked (a month or so ago), it seemed to work fine, has Andrew a couple of Python 2.4-isms, but was generally great. I Andrew was surprised that it didn't

Re: [matplotlib-devel] A question about cbook.is_string_like

2006-11-05 Thread John Hunter
Nicolas == Nicolas Grilly [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Nicolas But in this function, I don't like the idea to try an Nicolas operation on a string, and wait for an exception in order Nicolas to know if we really have a string or not. It's not very Nicolas efficient, nor very

Re: [matplotlib-devel] PDF backend

2006-11-05 Thread John Hunter
Jouni == Jouni K Seppanen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jouni able to do font subsetting. I was going to look into the Jouni Fonttools library by Just van Rossum, but lately I've been Jouni too busy with other things to. FYI, matplotlib used to depend on fonttools, but we found the

Re: [matplotlib-devel] PDF backend

2006-11-06 Thread John Hunter
Nicolas == Nicolas Grilly [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Nicolas It proves it's possible to achieve it in pure Python, Nicolas without requiring fonttools. And it can be a good source Nicolas of inspiration. Perhaps the licence is compatible with Nicolas matplotlib's one? it is BSD

Re: [matplotlib-devel] A very little error in documentation of pylab.subplots_adjust

2006-11-10 Thread John Hunter
Nicolas == Nicolas Grilly [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Nicolas I guess there is a very little error in documentation of Nicolas pylab.subplots_adjust. Nicolas The order of the arguments in the current doc is: Nicolas subplots_adjust(left=None, right=None, bottom=None, Nicolas

Re: [matplotlib-devel] use of the SciPy Array Interface

2006-11-21 Thread John Hunter
Joachim == Joachim Dahl [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Joachim this doesn't: matshow(matrix([[1.0,2.0],[3.0,4.0]]) but Joachim this does Joachim matshow(pylab.array(matrix([[1.0,2.0],[3.0,4.0]]) These should be considered bugs -- we should do an asarray anywhere we are expecting an array

Re: [matplotlib-devel] segfault on specgram in svn

2006-12-08 Thread John Hunter
Glen == Glen W Mabey [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Glen Hello, I've just switched to Python 2.5 and at the same time Glen upgraded to numpy 1.0.1 with today's svn matplotlib, using Glen the QtAgg backend (PyQt3 3.17). This is on an AMD64 Glen (Opteron) machine. Glen I get a

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Pie charts with no black edges

2006-12-11 Thread John Hunter
Aalok == Aalok kapoor [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Aalok Hi, How can we plot pie charts with the round circle of pie Aalok with the same color as of pie piece, e.g if pie piece color Aalok is red the egge of the same pie piece should be red. Aalok Please help! How about something

Re: [matplotlib-devel] new colormap

2006-12-19 Thread John Hunter
John == John Hunter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: John If your patch doesn't make it in within 48 hours please post John here with a complaint. OK, I committed it. In addition to the files you modified, you should consider CHANGELOG and API_CHANGES. The former for non-trivial commits

[matplotlib-devel] release?

2007-02-05 Thread John Hunter
I'm still learning how to reply-to with my new-fangled gmail. I'm forwarding this response on to the list -- Forwarded message -- From: John Hunter [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Feb 5, 2007 9:46 AM Subject: Re: [matplotlib-devel] release? To: Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc

Re: [matplotlib-devel] release?

2007-02-06 Thread John Hunter
On 2/6/07, Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: rev3002 works great for me. I can push the windows releases this Saturday. I could push a source release sooner. Is anyone opposed to me pushing a source release Friday with the binaries following up on Saturday? If there are no objections,

Re: [matplotlib-devel] 404 errors encountered when clicking on links inside http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/matplotlib.backend_bases.html

2007-02-08 Thread John Hunter
On 2/8/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Janesh Ramakrishnan wrote: I see what you mean; I imagine it is a problem with the auto-generated html, but I don't know what to do about it. Maybe someone else on the devel list knows the solution. pydoc is generating links to the docs for

Re: [matplotlib-devel] pylab.axis(ymin=-1) crashes with exception

2007-02-09 Thread John Hunter
On 2/9/07, Jörgen Stenarson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the recent announcment of matplotlib 0.9 made me look through my notes on bugs I've found. With 0.87.7 pylab.axis does not support setting of axislimits, I have attached a crash report. I think the problem is a change in the handling of

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Do you use python setup.py build_ext --inplace ?

2007-02-12 Thread John Hunter
On 2/12/07, Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You're changing positions on me now, John! ;) It's better that way -- that way I can be right both times :-) Or is it wrong both times? hmmm... I asked about moving everything into the module, but you didn't want to mix the

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Adding 'grey' to all the 'grays' in mpl.colors

2007-02-12 Thread John Hunter
On 2/12/07, Martin Spacek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Looking through colors.py, I noticed that most of the grey cnames use the spelling 'gray' (the US standard I think), although 'lightgrey' shows up as a valid name, while 'lightgray' does not. After looking around the web a bit for what the

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Patch for enhancement of PDF backend

2007-02-14 Thread John Hunter
On 2/14/07, Nicolas Grilly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I hope there is no license issue with the AFM files. I'm pretty sure I've seen them integrated in some TeX distributions. Apparently all we have to do is include the README along with the licensing terms. You probably should do that in the

[matplotlib-devel] vacation

2007-02-15 Thread John Hunter
I'll be away on vacation fro Feb 16th-Feb23rd, and for the most part out of email contact. Hold down the fort for me! JDH - Take Surveys. Earn Cash. Influence the Future of IT Join SourceForge.net's Techsay panel and you'll

Re: [matplotlib-devel] data cursor

2007-02-26 Thread John Hunter
On 2/26/07, Antonio Kanaan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi folks, I am planning to re-write a data viewer program I wrote ages ago using C + Xlib. This program allows me to plot on the same window several graphs (time versus brightness - I work on variable stars). They all share the same

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Patch - Tick marks and grid lines are not aligned when using vectorial backends

2007-02-28 Thread John Hunter
On 2/28/07, Nicolas Grilly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Have you seen this patch I proposed several days ago, during your vacations? Can you reproduce the problem on your machine and do you agree with the solution? No, I missed it the first time around, thanks for resending. I've been battling

[matplotlib-devel] strange alpha legend bug

2007-02-28 Thread John Hunter
a doughnut to the developer who can figure this one out for me! If you resize the figure window slightly, the alpha channel gets whacked on the rectangles. This only happens if the legend is added to the axes -- comment that out and the alpha channel is fine. I suspect we are screwing up

Re: [matplotlib-devel] strange alpha legend bug

2007-03-01 Thread John Hunter
On 3/1/07, Jouni K. Seppänen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I committed the following change, which seems to fix the bug. -handles = ax.lines +handles = ax.lines[:] Wow, nasty and subtle. Good work! Now how do I get a doughnut to you in Finland :-) Any ideas Perry? JDH

Re: [matplotlib-devel] strange alpha legend bug

2007-03-01 Thread John Hunter
On 3/1/07, Perry Greenfield [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What, you didn't like the way I did it? ;-) Actually, I think I saved that in the freezer still in the envelope as a memento -- maybe I can just send that one on to save the dollar! JDH

Re: [matplotlib-devel] barh vs. bar(orientation='horizontal')

2007-03-02 Thread John Hunter
On 3/2/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I didn't do it--but it looks like the reason is that having barh as a separate method permits a more natural order of arguments without introducing more complexity in the argument handling. barh was originally added for compatibility with

Re: [matplotlib-devel] barh vs. bar(orientation='horizontal')

2007-03-03 Thread John Hunter
On 3/3/07, Jouni K. Seppänen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I replaced most of the kwargs by a **kwargs dict in svn revision 3037. This does change the behavior for people who were giving positional arguments to barh, but they do get an error message. Since this changes the API, albeit minimally,

Re: [matplotlib-devel] barh vs. bar(orientation='horizontal')

2007-03-03 Thread John Hunter
On 3/3/07, Jouni K. Seppänen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Done. Should the function signature in the docstring of barh be changed as well? I think listing the possible keyword arguments and their defaults is valuable in the help text, but the signature could make people think they can use

Re: [matplotlib-devel] building with python-2.3

2007-03-03 Thread John Hunter
On 2/23/07, Andrew Straw [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2) make our own distutils monkeypatch a la setuptools. Looking at setuptools/dist.py, this doesn't look trivial -- certainly beyond my free bandwidth capacity. This is fine by me -- I actually was forced to think about this this morning as I

Re: [matplotlib-devel] [Fwd: [Matplotlib-users] Feature request: make labels accept non-string arguments]

2007-03-17 Thread John Hunter
On 3/17/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In response to the feature request: Does anyone see any disadvantage to making Text.__init__ and Text.set_text() either try to call the __str__ method, or use the str() builtin, if passed an argument that is not a string? Maybe there is no

[matplotlib-devel] clean recompile

2007-03-19 Thread John Hunter
I made some commits to svn last night to support clipping to arbitrary paths last night -- they work is still in development, but some of the compile *agg backends may be out of whack since the compile dependencies aren't always respected. If you see something funny with svn, try a clean

[matplotlib-devel] broken callback hander fixed

2007-03-26 Thread John Hunter
Those of you who updated from mpl svn between last night and now, may have noticed that the pan/zoom/etc functionality was broken. Last night I factored out the callback event handler that we use to support the toolbar navigation into a reusable class in cbook. And I broke it. It is now fixed

Re: [matplotlib-devel] kwargs.copy()

2007-03-26 Thread John Hunter
On 3/26/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Popping the 'a' entry inside the function did not affect the dictionary that was passed in; it evidently gets copied automatically. Am I missing something? Or should I go ahead and strip out the extra copies and modify the corresponding advice

Re: [matplotlib-devel] memory leaks

2007-03-28 Thread John Hunter
On 3/27/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I can add a couple of things to item (1) below. First, the problem occurs only with toolbar2, not with classic or None. Second, a script that illustrates it is attached. I defintely agree that this is important -- and it is a big help to have

Re: [matplotlib-devel] when to deprecate numeric and numarray?

2007-04-04 Thread John Hunter
On 4/4/07, Andrew Straw [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Do we add deprecation warnings for the 0.90+1 release cycle and then stop building the numarray and numeric numerix backends at some point after that? When? Do we keep the numerix name or just switch everything to numpy? I agree that it is

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Better support for setuptools, WAS: building with python-2.3

2007-04-05 Thread John Hunter
On 4/5/07, Edin Salkovic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This would make installing setuptools even easier, since the newest ez_setup/seuptools would be downloaded by the user/developer every time a svn update;python setup.py install is issued. Are the above changes OK? I'm not sure I see the

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Better support for setuptools, WAS: building with python-2.3

2007-04-05 Thread John Hunter
On 4/5/07, Robert Kern [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The purpose of ez_setup.py was to give people a migration path such that they could write project that used setuptools, but ensure that their users wouldn't have to go install another package themselves. It's deprecated now. Don't use it. So

Re: [matplotlib-devel] MPL segfault...

2007-04-06 Thread John Hunter
On 4/6/07, Fernando Perez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: planck[examples] python pylab_segfault.py Numpy version: 1.0.3.dev3651 Segmentation fault (core dumped) sudo rm -rf build sudo python setup.py install let us know

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Two small patches

2007-04-09 Thread John Hunter
On 4/9/07, Tim Leslie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The other is a speedup, normalising an entire array at once, rather than element by element, speeding up the attached script by a factor of 6x (and upgrading my actual application from 'too slow' to 'quite reasonable' :-) Thanks Tim, I just

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Two small patches

2007-04-10 Thread John Hunter
On 4/10/07, Tim Leslie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here's another patch. This one cleans up the line2d_seg_dist function and also speeds it up by a factor of ~2 Excellent, thanks. Committed. JDH - Take Surveys. Earn Cash.

Re: [matplotlib-devel] corner artifacts

2007-05-24 Thread John Hunter
On 5/23/07, Fernando Perez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Fortunately for me, the generated EPS don't have the problem (it's a pure Agg bug), so I'm OK for the final output. But it's really annoying on screen. My plots have tons of nearly retracing lines on them, and they look atrociously bad

Re: [matplotlib-devel] corner artifacts

2007-05-24 Thread John Hunter
On 5/24/07, John Hunter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: svn up src/_backend_agg.h -r3254 svn up src/_backend_agg.cpp -r3254 Oops, make that revision 3092 - This SF.net email is sponsored by DB2 Express Download DB2 Express

Re: [matplotlib-devel] corner artifacts

2007-05-24 Thread John Hunter
On 5/24/07, John Hunter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/24/07, John Hunter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: svn up src/_backend_agg.h -r3254 svn up src/_backend_agg.cpp -r3254 Oops, make that revision 3092 OK, just ignore me :-) It turned out to be an easy fix. I was experimenting with even

[matplotlib-devel] release?

2007-05-31 Thread John Hunter
Many moons ago, we talked about doing a bugfix release 0.90.1. Since there are known bugs in the production release (eg Jeff Peery's recent plot_date bug) I would like to put out a new release. Any objections? backend driver looks good. I've run some tests with memleak_hawaii with the agg

Re: [matplotlib-devel] release?

2007-05-31 Thread John Hunter
On 5/31/07, Christopher Barker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John Hunter wrote: Many moons ago, we talked about doing a bugfix release 0.90.1. Since there are known bugs in the production release (eg Jeff Peery's recent plot_date bug) I would like to put out a new release. Any objections

Re: [matplotlib-devel] release?

2007-06-02 Thread John Hunter
On 6/1/07, Andrew Straw [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Charlie Moad wrote: I have time to cut a release tomorrow. Are there any outstanding issues that I should wait on? I just committed a change that raises a DeprecationWarning on use of numarray or Numeric as the numerix backend -- we agreed

[matplotlib-devel] numerix and numpy

2007-06-04 Thread John Hunter
Before we blow away the numerix internally, let's give this release a few days to settle and do a point bug fix release if anything serious comes out. I plan on doing an announcement on python-list tomorrow, which should trigger a larger than normal number of downloads, so let's give it a couple

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Fwd: numerix.ma.html access failure

2007-06-14 Thread John Hunter
On 6/14/07, Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to get info on masking and I have been getting the following error for over month now. Is there anything you can do? Just updated the site to fix these -- thanks. JDH

Re: [matplotlib-devel] cairo patch #3: snap dash lengths

2007-06-20 Thread John Hunter
On 6/20/07, Carl Worth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I noticed on the simple_plot.py example that the grid was coming out pretty ugly without any snapping on the dashes. Here's a little patch that adds that. -Carl PS. As should be obvious, this patch depends on my first patch that adds the

Re: [matplotlib-devel] SaveFig bug in TkAgg backend

2007-06-21 Thread John Hunter
On 6/14/07, Rutkov Denis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. I've encoutered a similar problem (I tried to add a menu to the Matplotlib window), but I managed to do a workaround. Instead of adding Tk widgets to existing window, I created a Tk instance and integrated all buttons and menus in it,

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Memory leaks

2007-06-30 Thread John Hunter
On 6/30/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mike, All this sounds like great progress--thanks! I particularly appreciate the descriptions of what problems you found and how you found them. John et al.: is there a maintainer for each of these backends? I think gtk: Steve Chaplin or me

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Memory leaks

2007-07-02 Thread John Hunter
On 7/2/07, Michael Droettboom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Forgot to attach the patches. Michael -- if you send me your sf ID I'll add you to the committers list and you can check these in directly. Vis-a-vis the gtk question, I agree that we should encourage people to upgrade who are suffering

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Subsetting fonts in Postscript

2007-07-05 Thread John Hunter
On 7/5/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The plan is to make the choice of the existing or new behavior be an option, with the default TBD. Is there any reason *not* to do the subsetting? There was some original confusion in a potential loss of quality in truetype/type2 conversions,

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Subsetting fonts in Postscript

2007-07-05 Thread John Hunter
On 7/5/07, Carl Worth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You might take a look at what kind of PostScript and PDF output you get from cairo right now, (since cairo has many different kinds of font subsetting, (type3, type42 and others), and it's regularly being tested on as many PostScript and PDF

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Subsetting fonts in Postscript

2007-07-05 Thread John Hunter
On 7/5/07, Michael Droettboom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It may be worthwhile to look at Cairo's font subsetting code if it's determined that the Python Postscript backend has other advantages. I'm sure people who've been here longer than I have can better speak to those pros and cons.

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Subsetting fonts in Postscript

2007-07-05 Thread John Hunter
On 7/5/07, Michael Droettboom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Do you agree that it is still an open question whether it's better to spend time improving the matplotib PS backend, or to fix (if possible) the issues with matplotlib's Cairo integration? It does ultimately come down to a tradeoff: an

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Subsetting fonts in Postscript

2007-07-06 Thread John Hunter
On 7/6/07, Michael Droettboom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know the root cause, but FYI I'm definitely getting rasterized text with the Cairo backend for mathtext_demo.py. (I'm using cairo-1.4.10, which I believe is the latest stable release). And you are pretty sure it is all the text,

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Subsetting fonts in Postscript

2007-07-06 Thread John Hunter
On 7/5/07, Carl Worth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, John, for sharing this essay. Please allow me to respond to a few points: Hey Carl -- thanks for the response. You have definitely made me reconsider some of my arguments, though my conclusion mostly remains intact. At the end of the

Re: [matplotlib-devel] canvas objects

2007-07-06 Thread John Hunter
On 7/6/07, Paul Kienzle [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've been playing with the pick infrastructure in 0.90 and find that it doesn't meet my needs. The issue is that events from all artists go to the same callback, so you are forced write your callback as a series of if statements for each

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Cairo backend prospects

2007-07-06 Thread John Hunter
On 7/6/07, Eric Firing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2) polar_demo.py: the part of the spiral outside the bounding circle is removed in the Agg version but not in the Cairo version. This is a fairly new feature I added to add -- clipping to a polygon. I haven't ported it to postscript yet. The

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Agg large-dataset optimization

2007-07-09 Thread John Hunter
On 7/8/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: First, I noticed a bug in the version I sent before. I've attached a new version in patch form, to be applied from the base directory of a normal 0.90.1 installation with 'patch -p1 patch'. Thanks Allan, I just applied this to svn. Some

Re: [matplotlib-devel] canvas objects

2007-07-09 Thread John Hunter
On 7/9/07, Paul Kienzle [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Jul 08, 2007 at 03:04:41AM -0400, Paul Kienzle wrote: I submitted the 'contains' patch to the patch tracker on sourceforge. I've updated the 'contains' patch to handle figure enter/leave, at least on wx backends, and fixed a minor hit

Re: [matplotlib-devel] TTF font subsetting for PS backend

2007-07-09 Thread John Hunter
On 7/9/07, Darren Dale [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could you be more specific about how to test your changes? I dont see anything in matplotlibrc.template, or in rcsetup.py, concerning the valid settings of ps.fonttype. (rc settings should be validated, have a default value, and have a commented

Re: [matplotlib-devel] TTF font subsetting for PS backend

2007-07-09 Thread John Hunter
On 7/9/07, Michael Droettboom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry about that. I didn't notice the SVN login error the first time. It should be in SVN now. The default is to output Type 3 fonts (i.e. the new way). Darren: you mean rcdefaults.py, not rcsetup.py, right? I can't find an

Re: [matplotlib-devel] canvas objects

2007-07-09 Thread John Hunter
On 7/9/07, Paul Kienzle [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This change works for me under wx os OS X. I got the gui_paint idea from examples/dynamic_demo_wx.py. Replacing gui_paint with draw_idle seems to work okay there as well. I'll create a patch. Do you small patches like this on tracker as

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Cannot access svn

2007-07-10 Thread John Hunter
On 7/10/07, Nils Wagner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svnroot/matplotlib/trunk/matplotlib' svn: PROPFIND of '/svnroot/matplotlib/trunk/matplotlib': Could not resolve hostname `svn.sourceforge.net': Host not found (https://svn.sourceforge.net) Is this a temporary

Re: [matplotlib-devel] Cannot access svn

2007-07-10 Thread John Hunter
On 7/10/07, Darren Dale [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I ended up checking out the entire repository again. It seems that the working address is now matplotlib.svn.sourceforge.net/svn/matplotlib, instead of svn.sourceforge.net/svn/matplotlib. Nothing is working for me -bash-2.05b$ cd python/svn/

Re: [matplotlib-devel] TTF subsetting in PDF

2007-07-10 Thread John Hunter
On 7/10/07, Michael Droettboom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just committed changes that add TTF subsetting to the PDF backend. It is completely analogous to the font subsetting recently added to the PS backend. I have added a configuration option, pdf.fonttype, to choose either Type3 or

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