Nor Pirzkal wrote:
I really like the way matplotlib has been turning out. As a Mac user, I was wondering how portable to Aquaterm the entire thing might be. Any idea if a aqua front-end is in the work. While tcl/tk WX etc.. works well under OSX, it is a lot of stuff to have to compile and install for a plotting package.
No. There is currently no Aqua front-end being developed that I am aware of.
Have you any interest in developing one for Aqua? I'd suggest an AquaAgg/MacAgg backend, i.e. use Agg to do the rendering and Aqua to do the windowing, such as is done with GtkAgg, WXAgg, and TkAgg. Once the GUI wrapper is done, most of matplotlib comes along for free.
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