mpl release candidate branch

Jouni K. Sepp�nen <jks@...278...> writes:

Jouni K. Sepp�nen <jks@...278...> writes:

The light and condensed fonts are DejaVuSans, which happened to be
installed on the system on which that test was created. I think the test
should only rely on the fonts delivered with matplotlib.

I created a github issue:

https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/issues/488

I'm not quite sure if this should be considered release critical: it
does cause a test to break on some systems, but this reflects a problem
in the test, not in the functionality being tested.

I marked it release_critical nonetheless, since I think we can expect
downstream packagers and users to want the tests to pass.

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Jouni K. Sepp�nen
http://www.iki.fi/jks

I just issued a pull request with a possible fix:

https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/pull/495

Mike

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On 09/24/2011 03:33 PM, Jouni K. Sepp�nen wrote:

Jouni K. Sepp�nen<jks@...278...> writes:

Jouni K. Sepp�nen<jks@...278...> writes:

The light and condensed fonts are DejaVuSans, which happened to be
installed on the system on which that test was created. I think the test
should only rely on the fonts delivered with matplotlib.

I created a github issue:

https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/issues/488

I'm not quite sure if this should be considered release critical: it
does cause a test to break on some systems, but this reflects a problem
in the test, not in the functionality being tested.

I marked it release_critical nonetheless, since I think we can expect
downstream packagers and users to want the tests to pass.