Hi all, ran into an issue using matplotib on OSX, Cocoa toolkit, that I haven’t run into anywhere else. Basically, if a dialog is started from an event generated from the canvas, the application freezes.
I went through the code in backend_wx.py, but didn’t see anything there that could cause the problem. The small code that reproduces the problem is attached.
Not sure if this is a wxPython problem or matplotlib problem, but figured I’d throw it out there and see if it also freezes on other people’s platforms.
Well … here’s what I see:
A figure window opens.
If I right-click on the figure, a dialog appears with a default title in it.
I change the text, click OK,
The dialog closes, but nothing else happens.
But I can move the figure window around, and I can right-click again and repeat the process indefinitely.
Some vital statitstics:
OS X 10.6.5
Python 2.6.6 |EPD 6.3-1 (32-bit)| (r266:84292, Sep 23 2010, 11:52:53)
[GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5488)] on darwin
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hth a little,
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