I've got an alpha version of a .NET backend up and running
> for matplotlib (http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/ ). It
> was just intended to be "proof-of-concept" code, but it
I'm certainly interested. I don't know a lot about .Net. Is your
backend an image backend or GUI one? If the latter, are you using agg
for rendering ala tkagg, gtkagg, etc, or native .Net drawing?
Inquiring minds want to know.
> This back end is targeted for anyone using PythonNet (see
> http://www.zope.org/Members/Brian/PythonNet/index_html ).
> It should also be compatible with IronPython (see
> http://ironpython.com/) once the standard libraries and
> Numarray (or Numeric) are available for the IronPython
> If there is any interest, please respond to this post and
> I'll go through the trouble of adding it to the project (at
> this point I don't know how to do this, so any guidance
> here would be appreciated).
The standard procedure for submitting a backend is to send it to the
dev list, where I and other matplotlib developers can take it for a
test drive and submit feedback.
I'd be happy to give it a try. If you have any extra instructions for
.Net dummies, please send them along with the code.