For the Windows machine, if you installed with the superpack, you
should find an deinstaller in the Python directory called
"Removematplotlib.exe", I *guess* it only removes in fact the
matplotlib package. You can also safely rename (or delete) the old
matplotlib directory and the mpl_toolkits directory in
Ah I see, you mean how to deinstall on Ubuntu? I would recommend to
rename the old folders in your site-package directory to, say,
matplotlib_ and mpl_toolkits_, and when you are shure later you could
be able to safely remove. Does Ubuntu have a package mgr?
Hope I could help,
2010/3/16 Samuel Teixeira Santos <arcanosam@...287...>:
On this afternoon I installed on my ubuntu 8.04 server the python-matplotlib
package and his dependencies.
but If I pay attention right that package installed matplotlib 0.91
on my local desktop wich run windows, I installed the last version...
Anyone knows how do I de-install only matplotlib pack, let only the
and install the most recent version?