MEP 27 Backend Refactor (Gcf)

Correct, I meant that I don’t see my refactor of the webagg backend
affecting the refactor I have done in the main PR. I do the
refactor of the core classes in
and then make
separate branches (which will turn into PRs once the main backend
has finished) for the individual backends. For example refactoring
the 2nd backend on my list (Tk) caused me to make some small
adjustments to the base refactor. After then I have had no
problems, so when I said ``but nothing that breaks the main PR’’, I meant it as an affirmation of that.

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https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/pull/4143

  On 24/03/15 06:58, Achyut Rastogi

wrote:

      Changes made during refactors are always backwards

compatible right? I just wanted to know what you mean by
“breaking the main PR”?

Thank you

      On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 10:30 PM,

OceanWolf <juichenieder-nabb@…705…>
wrote:

        Just

updated the MEP with more info. From what I gather, I don’t
see

        any problems.  Refactoring WebAgg makes for slow progress,

but nothing

        that breaks the main PR.  As far as I can tell it can get

merged while I

        work on the other backends and submit them as separate PRs. 

With this

        main branch merged we can then progress/finalise MEPs 22 and
        On 02/03/15 20:20, OceanWolf wrote:

        > Hi everyone,

        > Over the past week or so I have been working on what I

now dub MEP27

        > <[https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/wiki/MEP27](https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/wiki/MEP27)            > 

. I have already

        > gotten quite far with it, but as I do some hefty

changes (no breakages, and

        > virtually 100% backward compatible) I wanted to make

sure I got some input

        > before continuing.  I have now gotten far enough to

know that the base code

        > should work without any more tweaking.

        >

        > Best,

        > OceanWolf

        >

        >

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