However, if I plot only one line, the legend appears
>>>> plot( [1,2,3], [4,5,6] ) legend( ( 'line1' ), 'lower right' )
>>>> plot( [1,2,3], [4,5,6] ) legend( ( 'line1', ), 'lower right'
>>>> ) show()
> (note the comma after 'line1') produces the horizontal
> This isn't a big deal, but I am not sure where in
> legend.py I should fix that.
This isn't a legend bug exactly, but perhaps legend could detect this
common error and warn you. Legend expects a sequence of legend
labels. When you pass it
'my label' or equivalently ('my label') you are simply passing it a
string which is a length 8 sequence of characters. When you pass it
('my label', ) you are passing a length 1 tuple with a string as the
Admittedly legend could be smarter, and just "do what you mean".