I need to clarify:
I have compiled numpy 1.0 for MacPython 2.5 on OSX Tiger
and it is my current belief that I need
matplotlib 0.87.7 to go with that. Right?
There are currently no Mac binaries for
that version on SourceForge or pythonmac.
If I can use 0.87.6
or if binaries will soon be posted
I'm set. This is best for me.
If not ... my question was about
how hard it will be to compile from source
(for someone like me who is not used to
doing so and has no clue about how difficult
in will be to provide the dependencies involved).
PS I am aware of the instructions at
http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/installing.html but I'm
asking for someone who did this succesfully to provide a bit
more guidance since I recall a few posts about difficulties
in following these.
On Mon, 06 Nov 2006, Alan Isaac wrote:
I'm using MacPython 2.5 with numpy installed,
and I wish to install matplotlib. Possible? Easy?
I'm brand new on the Mac and used to the Windows installers,
so if you can point me to *step by step* instructions I'd be