I'm using a windows XP shell; so no extra stuff
I did run all of the wxPython 2.5 demos before trying
my old matplotlib code. The wxPython demos ran fine.
My "old" matplotlib code ran under matplotlib 0.54.2
with wxPython 126.96.36.199; I tested all of the backends
After upgrading to wxPython 2.5 all of my matplotlib
code is broken. I even upgraded to the latest
matplotlib, 0.61. Still doesn't work.
I'll try a clean reinstall next. If that doesn't work
I'll go to the wx lists.
--- John Hunter wrote:
> >>>>> "Barry" == Barry Drake
> Barry> This means that it gets past the
> try-except in
> Barry> backend_wx.py, but can't find
> Are you using the standard python shell or an IDE
> like pycrust? If
> the latter, it may be overriding the sys,exit
> is why you aren't
> seeing it. From your previous post, it looks
> your wx
> installation is in bad shape. Until you can do
> 'from wxPython.wx
> import *' from the standard python shell, I
> bother with
> trying to tweak matplotlib.
> I didn't see any error message like the one you
> getting in the
> wxpython archives - you might try the wx mailing
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