installing numpy, matplotlib, scipy from source on a Mac

Personally, I think the warnings are a bit overzealous and

    > should be silenced. It's not as if the user is explicitly
    > telling the font manager to load those specific
    > fonts. They are automatically and unavoidably attempted.

I just modified the font manager to move this reporting into the
verbose handler, so now they will only show up with verbose "helpful"
or greater.

JDH

Thanks.

And running w/pythonw does what it should :-).

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On Jan 10, 2007, at 12:16 PM, John Hunter wrote:

    > Personally, I think the warnings are a bit overzealous and
    > should be silenced. It's not as if the user is explicitly
    > telling the font manager to load those specific
    > fonts. They are automatically and unavoidably attempted.

I just modified the font manager to move this reporting into the
verbose handler, so now they will only show up with verbose "helpful"
or greater.

JDH

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John Hunter wrote:

    > Personally, I think the warnings are a bit overzealous and
    > should be silenced. It's not as if the user is explicitly
    > telling the font manager to load those specific
    > fonts. They are automatically and unavoidably attempted.

I just modified the font manager to move this reporting into the
verbose handler, so now they will only show up with verbose "helpful"
or greater.

And there was much rejoicing!

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