Matplotlib is incompatible with NumPy 1.0rc3

Once when I found that NumPy released its version 1.0rc3,
I happily upgraded NumPy from 1.0rc1 to 1.0rc3 under WindowsXP.
A nightmare just happened. Matplotlib failed to run with NumPy 1.0
rc3,
and I cannot found a NumPy 1.0rc1 on its download page.
Will matplotlib upgrade for NumPy 1.0rc3?
What can I do for this?
Grateful to any suggestion.

Thanks

Once when I found that NumPy released its version 1.0rc3,
I happily upgraded NumPy from 1.0rc1 to 1.0rc3 under WindowsXP.
A nightmare just happened. Matplotlib failed to run with NumPy 1.0 rc3,
and I cannot found a NumPy 1.0rc1 on its download page.
Will matplotlib upgrade for NumPy 1.0rc3?
What can I do for this?

One thing you can do is read some of the emails about this subject that were just posted a few hours ago :slight_smile:

... or, if you're looking for some constructive suggestions, you can:

1) Probably compile both from their recent svn checkouts and they should work fine.
2) You can get rc1 of numpy by playing with the url from the sourceforge d/l page.
It looks like this will get you an rc1 binary for windows:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/numpy/numpy-1.0rc1.win32-py2.3.exe?download

Hope that helps,
-steve

Woops -- sent from the wrong email address ... here's a reply for the list:

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On Oct 24, 2006, at 12:04 AM, Steve Lianoglou wrote:

Once when I found that NumPy released its version 1.0rc3,
I happily upgraded NumPy from 1.0rc1 to 1.0rc3 under WindowsXP.
A nightmare just happened. Matplotlib failed to run with NumPy 1.0 rc3,
and I cannot found a NumPy 1.0rc1 on its download page.
Will matplotlib upgrade for NumPy 1.0rc3?
What can I do for this?

One thing you can do is read some of the emails about this subject that were just posted a few hours ago :slight_smile:

... or, if you're looking for some constructive suggestions, you can:

1) Probably compile both from their recent svn checkouts and they should work fine.
2) You can get rc1 of numpy by playing with the url from the sourceforge d/l page.
It looks like this will get you an rc1 binary for windows:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/numpy/numpy-1.0rc1.win32-py2.3.exe?download

Hope that helps,
-steve