Missing __init__.py in matplotlib-0.87.5.win32-py2.4.exe ?

Not sure if I'm crazy, but it seems the __init__.py file is missing from my newly installed version 0.87.5. I installed from the matplotlib-0.87.5.win32-py2.4.exe binary. I now get:

>>> import matplotlib
Traceback (most recent call last):
   File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
ImportError: No module named matplotlib

even though the folder's there in site-packages. Examining the binary shows that indeed, the file is missing in the PLATLIB/matplotlib folder, yet it's there in the lib/matplotlib folder in the matplotlib-0.87.5.tar.gz source file.

I now also have a new folder 'matplotlib-0.87.5-py2.4.egg-info' in my site-packages, as well as a file 'matplotlib-0.87.5-py2.4-nspkg.pth' in the same folder.

Can this be fixed?

Martin

Try downloading again?

I have not tried the windows binary, but a source tarball from this morning was strange.

I pulled a 0.87.5 tarball this morning that had lots of permissions problems, an empty __init__.py, weird line terminators... permissions looked like it had been filtered through a DOS filesystem. That tarball had an MD5 checksum of 6cc874f1b4adf95c7aac5c39a38b5517.

I tried again this afternoon, I got a cleaner source tarball, MD5 af3015ceae28ab385dbe9f30c6d2f83e.

- boyd

Boyd Waters
Scientific Programmer
National Radio Astronomy Observatory

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On Sep 5, 2006, at 8:13 PM, Martin Spacek wrote:

Not sure if I'm crazy, but it seems the __init__.py file is missing from
my newly installed version 0.87.5. I installed from the
matplotlib-0.87.5.win32-py2.4.exe binary. I now get:

import matplotlib

Traceback (most recent call last):
   File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
ImportError: No module named matplotlib

even though the folder's there in site-packages. Examining the binary
shows that indeed, the file is missing in the PLATLIB/matplotlib folder,
yet it's there in the lib/matplotlib folder in the
matplotlib-0.87.5.tar.gz source file.

I now also have a new folder 'matplotlib-0.87.5-py2.4.egg-info' in my
site-packages, as well as a file 'matplotlib-0.87.5-py2.4-nspkg.pth' in
the same folder.

Can this be fixed?

Martin

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You caught me : ) . The first source had windows line feeds and linux
choked on it. I removed it and put up a fresh copy after a few hours.
Some of the mirrors may of taken a while to update. If you have
problems please try downloading the source again.

- Charlie

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On 9/5/06, Boyd Waters <bwaters@...451...> wrote:

Try downloading again?

I have not tried the windows binary, but a source tarball from this
morning was strange.

I pulled a 0.87.5 tarball this morning that had lots of permissions
problems, an empty __init__.py, weird line terminators... permissions
looked like it had been filtered through a DOS filesystem. That
tarball had an MD5 checksum of 6cc874f1b4adf95c7aac5c39a38b5517.

I tried again this afternoon, I got a cleaner source tarball, MD5
af3015ceae28ab385dbe9f30c6d2f83e.

Yup, looks like the matplotlib-0.87.5.win32-py2.4.exe binary's been fixed.

Thanks!

Martin

Boyd Waters wrote:

···

Try downloading again?

I have not tried the windows binary, but a source tarball from this morning was strange.

I pulled a 0.87.5 tarball this morning that had lots of permissions problems, an empty __init__.py, weird line terminators... permissions looked like it had been filtered through a DOS filesystem. That tarball had an MD5 checksum of 6cc874f1b4adf95c7aac5c39a38b5517.

I tried again this afternoon, I got a cleaner source tarball, MD5 af3015ceae28ab385dbe9f30c6d2f83e.

- boyd