Well it works now.
For other reasons I downgraded to 0.63 and upgraded again to 0.64. As part
of this I found I had to manually wipe not only
Python23/Lib/site-packagaes/matplotlib but also Python23/share/matplotlib
to avoid errors (e.g. an ImportError: cannot import artist from Artist).
But now I don't need that workaround to avoid the IMAGE_FORMAT error.
examples/embedding_in_gtk2.py works fine too, after patching in the
toolbar = NavigationToolbar(canvas, win)
I'm sorry for the confusion.
On Wed, 10 Nov 2004, Steve Chaplin wrote:
On Tue, 2004-11-09 at 12:24, matthew arnison wrote:
> 2. I was getting errors that the
> matplotlib.backends.backend_mod.IMAGE_FORMAT attribute was not
> found, during toolbar initialization. I put in a workaround.
Is this happening when using the classes directly rather than using the
matlab interface? Are you doing something similar to the example
"embedding_in_gtk2.py" - that works OK for me.
Could you provide a minimal example to demonstrate this.