Making WxMpl a matplotlib toolkit

Now that I've got a version of WxMpl that works properly I'd like to transition it over to being a matplotlib toolkit. From poking around in svn, it looks like the correct thing to do would be to import the source directory into '$(SVNROOT)/trunk/toolkits/wxmpl'.

Is that correct?

I'd like to try to get started on version 2.0 before I have my first carpal tunnel release surgery in later March. The goals would be:

1. Optional full support for MPL events
2. API for binding user interactions to selection and zoom behavior (e.g. "I want right-click selections to zoom in and the 'u' key to zoom out, like GNUPLOT")
3. API for controlling Axes zoom state

What do you all think would be the best way to do this? Create a branch in '$(SVNROOT)/branches' for 1.3 maintenance?

Ken

Nice to hear about these plans -- and good luck with your surgery.

All that you suggest looks good. I'm personally a fan of svnmerge to do this sort of maintenance branch/development branch merging. You can see the matplotlib developer docs for instructions on how it's used with matplotlib, and you can just adapt the urls for what you're doing.

Mike

Ken McIvor wrote:

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Now that I've got a version of WxMpl that works properly I'd like to transition it over to being a matplotlib toolkit. From poking around in svn, it looks like the correct thing to do would be to import the source directory into '$(SVNROOT)/trunk/toolkits/wxmpl'.

Is that correct?

I'd like to try to get started on version 2.0 before I have my first carpal tunnel release surgery in later March. The goals would be:

1. Optional full support for MPL events
2. API for binding user interactions to selection and zoom behavior (e.g. "I want right-click selections to zoom in and the 'u' key to zoom out, like GNUPLOT")
3. API for controlling Axes zoom state

What do you all think would be the best way to do this? Create a branch in '$(SVNROOT)/branches' for 1.3 maintenance?

Ken

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