Travis Oliphant wrote:
>> Fernando Perez wrote:
>>> Hey Travis,
>>> my reply to you on the 3d plotting question bounced (your spam
>>> filters don't like code attachments, it seems).
>> Thanks for sending this to me. I had to change a few (if Z:
>> checks) to make it work, but the demo ran nicely after that.
>> Is this going to be included in matplotlib any time? What's
>> the hold up?
> I think John said he was very interested, but the
> original author said he wanted to work on it some more
> before including it. And that's the last I've heard on
> the topic.
Last John Porter and I discussed this, he was interested in improving
the code before contributing it, but then started looking into VTK
solutions and may not be working on this anymore.
John: do you mind if we include your original matplotlib 3d code in
matplotlib under the mpl license? Are you continuing this work?
My vote would be to just include it: people can polish
> it later, but SOME 3d functionality is better than none.
> I'd suggest changing the mouse bindings to mimic the VTK
> ones (zooming/panning/rotation), since at some point in
> the future mpl may grow VTK support, and that's a
> well-established convention. But that's a quick change
> to make.
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