matplotlib + numpy segfault

This morning I install the cvs version of matplotlib and

    > numpy and now I have a segfault when numpy is the
    > numerical package define in matplotlibrc. It's seems to
    > work fine with numarray.

Make sure you have a clean install of both packages (rm -rf build
subdir in both and reinstall) and if you still get the segfault post a
minimum script run with --verbose-helpful ; this will give us the exact
version numbers of both the matplotlib and numpy packages.

JDH

John Hunter wrote:

   > This morning I install the cvs version of matplotlib and
   > numpy and now I have a segfault when numpy is the
   > numerical package define in matplotlibrc. It's seems to
   > work fine with numarray.

Make sure you have a clean install of both packages (rm -rf build
subdir in both and reinstall) and if you still get the segfault post a
minimum script run with --verbose-helpful ; this will give us the exact
version numbers of both the matplotlib and numpy packages.

JDH

I just updated numpy to the latest version: 0.9.5, from the Windows binary installer. I have MPL 0.86.2, also binary installer.

import pylab crashes python
import matplotlib is ok
backing up to numpy 0.9.4 works ok.
does this issue belong to a numpy list?

How exactly does one run a script with --verbose-helpful ? This does not seem to be a valid python switch.

Here are the last lines prior to crash of
python -v test.py
where test.py contains one line: import pylab

import matplotlib.axes # precompiled from c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotl
ib\axes.pyc
# c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotlib\artist.pyc matches c:\python24\lib\si
te-packages\matplotlib\artist.py
import matplotlib.artist # precompiled from c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplo
tlib\artist.pyc
# c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotlib\transforms.pyc matches c:\python24\li
b\site-packages\matplotlib\transforms.py
import matplotlib.transforms # precompiled from c:\python24\lib\site-packages\ma
tplotlib\transforms.pyc
# c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotlib\_transforms.pyc matches c:\python24\l
ib\site-packages\matplotlib\_transforms.py
import matplotlib._transforms # precompiled from c:\python24\lib\site-packages\m
atplotlib\_transforms.pyc

-gary

The latest release of matplotlib was built against numpy 0.9.4.
Hopefully we will have a release soon to match up with the latest
numpy.

···

On 2/21/06, Gary <pajer@...97...> wrote:

John Hunter wrote:

>
> > This morning I install the cvs version of matplotlib and
> > numpy and now I have a segfault when numpy is the
> > numerical package define in matplotlibrc. It's seems to
> > work fine with numarray.
>
>Make sure you have a clean install of both packages (rm -rf build
>subdir in both and reinstall) and if you still get the segfault post a
>minimum script run with --verbose-helpful ; this will give us the exact
>version numbers of both the matplotlib and numpy packages.
>
>JDH
>
>
>

I just updated numpy to the latest version: 0.9.5, from the Windows
binary installer. I have MPL 0.86.2, also binary installer.

import pylab crashes python
import matplotlib is ok
backing up to numpy 0.9.4 works ok.
does this issue belong to a numpy list?

How exactly does one run a script with --verbose-helpful ? This does
not seem to be a valid python switch.

Here are the last lines prior to crash of
python -v test.py
where test.py contains one line: import pylab

import matplotlib.axes # precompiled from
c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotl
ib\axes.pyc
# c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotlib\artist.pyc matches
c:\python24\lib\si
te-packages\matplotlib\artist.py
import matplotlib.artist # precompiled from
c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplo
tlib\artist.pyc
# c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotlib\transforms.pyc matches
c:\python24\li
b\site-packages\matplotlib\transforms.py
import matplotlib.transforms # precompiled from
c:\python24\lib\site-packages\ma
tplotlib\transforms.pyc
# c:\python24\lib\site-packages\matplotlib\_transforms.pyc matches
c:\python24\l
ib\site-packages\matplotlib\_transforms.py
import matplotlib._transforms # precompiled from
c:\python24\lib\site-packages\m
atplotlib\_transforms.pyc

-gary

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