debian

I can't see the matplotlib package with "apt-get". I

    > have these lines in my sources.list and I've rerun
    > "apt-get update".

    > # Matplotlib deb http://mentors.debian.net/debian
    > unstable main contrib non-free deb-src
    > http://mentors.debian.net/debian unstable main contrib
    > non-free

    > I can see matplotlib-doc, but not matplotlib. Any ideas?

Hi Charles, I think messages about the debian distribution should be
sent to the devel list; I'm not sure Vittorio reads the users list.
I've CCd him on this email.

Cheers,
JDH

I installed it from

http://mentors.debian.net
the other day.

The debian package is:

python-matplotlib

It is version 0.60.2

'apt-cache search matplotlib' should give you the names of all the relevant matplotlib packages if you don't know them.

Cheers,
Malte

John Hunter wrote:

···

   > I can't see the matplotlib package with "apt-get". I
   > have these lines in my sources.list and I've rerun
   > "apt-get update".

   > # Matplotlib deb http://mentors.debian.net/debian
   > unstable main contrib non-free deb-src
   > http://mentors.debian.net/debian unstable main contrib
   > non-free

   > I can see matplotlib-doc, but not matplotlib. Any ideas?

Hi Charles, I think messages about the debian distribution should be
sent to the devel list; I'm not sure Vittorio reads the users list.
I've CCd him on this email.

Cheers,
JDH

Hi,

···

On Mon, 19 Jul 2004, Malte Marquarding wrote:

I installed it from

http://mentors.debian.net
the other day.

The debian package is:

python-matplotlib

It is version 0.60.2

'apt-cache search matplotlib' should give you the names of all the
relevant matplotlib packages if you don't know them.

Cheers,
Malte

Before I screw up my installation :wink:
  - did anyone successfully use these on sarge (debian testing)?
  - and/or are there deb's available for sarge?

Many thanks,

Arnd

I have sarge (with a few unstable bits and pieces)
It 'shouldn't' be dependent on "unstable".

You can always see what extra libs it wants and decide then if you wnat it or not.

Cheers,
Malte.

Arnd Baecker wrote:

···

Before I screw up my installation :wink:
- did anyone successfully use these on sarge (debian testing)?
- and/or are there deb's available for sarge?

Many thanks,

Arnd

I have sarge (with a few unstable bits and pieces)
It 'shouldn't' be dependent on "unstable".

You can always see what extra libs it wants and decide then if you wnat
it or not.

Cheers,
Malte.

Indeed it works without any problems - the only
additional requirement from http://mentors.debian.net/
was python-ttfquery_1.0.0_all.deb
(it also requested
fonttools, python-gd python2.3-xml libgd2-xpm libgd-tools,
all available in testing.)

Many thanks,

Arnd

···

On Mon, 19 Jul 2004, Malte Marquarding wrote:

Arnd Baecker wrote:

>
>
>Before I screw up my installation :wink:
> - did anyone successfully use these on sarge (debian testing)?
> - and/or are there deb's available for sarge?
>
>Many thanks,
>
>Arnd
>
>

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'apt-cache search matplotlib' should give you the names of all the
relevant matplotlib packages if you don't know them.

But oddly, for me, it doesn't. I only see the docs.

apt-cache search matplotlib

python-matplotlib-doc - A python based gtk plotting system in a style
similar to matlab (documentation)

Strange. But if Malte can get them, it's probably not a problem with
mentors.net. Hrm....

-Charles

···

On Mon, 19 Jul 2004, Malte Marquarding wrote:

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