Missing tests when trying to run unit tests with agg on linux

I’m trying to run the matplotlib unit tests on linux with the agg backend, and am getting a tonne of errors.

Here is my test method and output (method is the script created at the top):

http://bpaste.net/raw/n0JVrWcXnlPVxaAlArHJ/

It is not clear to me why the tests don’t exist. I have run this test successfully several times on this platform over the last couple of years, although I haven’t tried it in (I’m guessing) a year or so.

Searching around I found this in the mailing list:

http://goo.gl/9nDILp

The testing output is similar (bottom of the mail), but perusing the rest of the thread it does not seem to have a resolution, nor does it seem like the same issue.

For reference, matplotlib was installed with pip install matplotlib, and the output log is here:

http://bpaste.net/raw/5tfTFJepFRAwGF5tSkyb/

Does anybody know what is wrong, or have any tips on where/how I can dig further?

Thanks,
Russ

Since my test script was using nose directly, I figured I would try the “proper” tests.py script in the repo, but there seems to be a font_manger issue. An exception is thrown with:

" matplotlib/ft2font.so: undefined symbol: inflateEnd"

Full log here:

http://bpaste.net/raw/MVuf4UlQ1g9xCecivwlQ/

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On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 12:00 PM, Russell Warren <russ@…878…4320…> wrote:

I’m trying to run the matplotlib unit tests on linux with the agg backend, and am getting a tonne of errors.

Here is my test method and output (method is the script created at the top):

http://bpaste.net/raw/n0JVrWcXnlPVxaAlArHJ/

It is not clear to me why the tests don’t exist. I have run this test successfully several times on this platform over the last couple of years, although I haven’t tried it in (I’m guessing) a year or so.

Searching around I found this in the mailing list:

http://goo.gl/9nDILp

The testing output is similar (bottom of the mail), but perusing the rest of the thread it does not seem to have a resolution, nor does it seem like the same issue.

For reference, matplotlib was installed with pip install matplotlib, and the output log is here:

http://bpaste.net/raw/5tfTFJepFRAwGF5tSkyb/

Does anybody know what is wrong, or have any tips on where/how I can dig further?

Thanks,
Russ


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Just to note, the first log also has the font-manager issue as well. What I see as odd here is that while it was configured to install the tests (and presumedly the test data), it doesn’t seem to have done that. At the very least, the test data wasn’t installed.

Ben

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On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 12:15 PM, Russell Warren <russ@…4320…> wrote:

Since my test script was using nose directly, I figured I would try the “proper” tests.py script in the repo, but there seems to be a font_manger issue. An exception is thrown with:

" matplotlib/ft2font.so: undefined symbol: inflateEnd"

Full log here:

http://bpaste.net/raw/MVuf4UlQ1g9xCecivwlQ/


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On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 12:00 PM, Russell Warren <russ@…4320…> wrote:

I’m trying to run the matplotlib unit tests on linux with the agg backend, and am getting a tonne of errors.

Here is my test method and output (method is the script created at the top):

http://bpaste.net/raw/n0JVrWcXnlPVxaAlArHJ/

It is not clear to me why the tests don’t exist. I have run this test successfully several times on this platform over the last couple of years, although I haven’t tried it in (I’m guessing) a year or so.

Searching around I found this in the mailing list:

http://goo.gl/9nDILp

The testing output is similar (bottom of the mail), but perusing the rest of the thread it does not seem to have a resolution, nor does it seem like the same issue.

For reference, matplotlib was installed with pip install matplotlib, and the output log is here:

http://bpaste.net/raw/5tfTFJepFRAwGF5tSkyb/

Does anybody know what is wrong, or have any tips on where/how I can dig further?

Thanks,
Russ

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Is test data not installed my default? I didn’t used to have to do anything than pip install then run the tests, but perhaps something has changed?

Could it be a pip thing somehow? I will try a straight up setup.py installation.

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On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 1:07 PM, Benjamin Root <ben.root@…878…1304…> wrote:

Just to note, the first log also has the font-manager issue as well. What I see as odd here is that while it was configured to install the tests (and presumedly the test data), it doesn’t seem to have done that. At the very least, the test data wasn’t installed.

Ben


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On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 12:15 PM, Russell Warren <russ@…4320…> wrote:

Since my test script was using nose directly, I figured I would try the “proper” tests.py script in the repo, but there seems to be a font_manger issue. An exception is thrown with:

" matplotlib/ft2font.so: undefined symbol: inflateEnd"

Full log here:

http://bpaste.net/raw/MVuf4UlQ1g9xCecivwlQ/


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On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 12:00 PM, Russell Warren <russ@…4320…> wrote:

I’m trying to run the matplotlib unit tests on linux with the agg backend, and am getting a tonne of errors.

Here is my test method and output (method is the script created at the top):

http://bpaste.net/raw/n0JVrWcXnlPVxaAlArHJ/

It is not clear to me why the tests don’t exist. I have run this test successfully several times on this platform over the last couple of years, although I haven’t tried it in (I’m guessing) a year or so.

Searching around I found this in the mailing list:

http://goo.gl/9nDILp

The testing output is similar (bottom of the mail), but perusing the rest of the thread it does not seem to have a resolution, nor does it seem like the same issue.

For reference, matplotlib was installed with pip install matplotlib, and the output log is here:

http://bpaste.net/raw/5tfTFJepFRAwGF5tSkyb/

Does anybody know what is wrong, or have any tips on where/how I can dig further?

Thanks,
Russ

Russell Warren

Perspexis Technologies Inc.

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