How Would I set the backend to Tk?
Do I have to change something in the matplotlibrc file? Maybe I have to specify where Tk is located?
Any guidance would be helpful.
On Sun, Jul 3, 2011 at 6:55 PM, Jorge Garcia <jgarc063@…3663…> wrote:
No I haven’t been able to yet, but I’m hoping to get it working with a little help. Matplotlib I think is the last library that needs to be ported to finally make the transition to Python3 feasible for the mainstream Python users. That and maybe wxPython, but since I don’t use wxPython it’s not really an issue for me.
On Sat, Jul 2, 2011 at 7:04 PM, Chris Edwards <cbhe@…3444…> wrote:
I had the same problem with Python(xy) and couldn’t get help so I went back to an earlier version that worked for me.
Did you solve the problem?
On 30/06/2011, at 12:46 AM, Jorge Garcia wrote:
I was trying to test out the Python 3 development version with the first plot shown in the pyplot tutorial. Everything seems to work ok until I go
at which point nothing happens, I don’t see a plot. Python accepts the command and is waiting for a new command but I have no plot.
I’ve tried changing the backend in the matplotlibrc file to TkAgg, but I still get nothing, in fact now when I try to import matplotlib I get a traceback error that name -tkagg is not defined, seems like it might be something in the module.
Can anyone lend a hand?
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