I am trying to use numpy as the backend for matplotlib (I see now that you can specify it in setup.py). But the matplotlib/numerix/fft/__init__.py still appears to be out of date:

1 from matplotlib.numerix import which
2
3 if which[0] == "numarray":
4 from numarray.fft import *
5 elif which[0] == "numeric":
6 from FFT import *
7 elif which[0] == "scipy":
8 from scipy import *
9 inverse_fft = ifft
10 from scipy.basic.fft import *
11 from scipy.corefft import *
12 else:
13 raise RuntimeError("invalid numerix selector")

If this is changed to numpy, should one expect the numpy backend to work?

Thanks.

···

--
Christopher J. Fonnesbeck

Population Ecologist, Marine Mammal Section
Fish & Wildlife Research Institute (FWC)
St. Petersburg, FL

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Warnell School of Forest Resources
University of Georgia
Athens, GA

There is support for numpy in the latest release we are trying to push
now. You can download the source here:

- Charlie

···

On 1/9/06, Christopher Fonnesbeck <chris@...941...> wrote:

I am trying to use numpy as the backend for matplotlib (I see now
that you can specify it in setup.py). But the matplotlib/numerix/fft/
__init__.py still appears to be out of date:

1 from matplotlib.numerix import which
2
3 if which[0] == "numarray":
4 from numarray.fft import *
5 elif which[0] == "numeric":
6 from FFT import *
7 elif which[0] == "scipy":
8 from scipy import *
9 inverse_fft = ifft
10 from scipy.basic.fft import *
11 from scipy.corefft import *
12 else:
13 raise RuntimeError("invalid numerix selector")

If this is changed to numpy, should one expect the numpy backend to
work?

Thanks.

--
Christopher J. Fonnesbeck

Population Ecologist, Marine Mammal Section
Fish & Wildlife Research Institute (FWC)
St. Petersburg, FL

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Warnell School of Forest Resources
University of Georgia
Athens, GA

SourceForge recently (again) changed their HTML download. The newest
setuptools should work again. As of Jan 17, there was no new release, so
you have to get it direct from subversion: "ez_setup.py setuptools==dev"

Apparently setuptools is now using SourceForge's web services API rather
than trying to screen-scrape HTML, so this should hopefully eliminate
future breakage.

I'll test this tomorrow and update the download url on cheeseshop if
need be. Thanks for the info.

···

On 1/22/06, Andrew Straw <strawman@...106...> wrote:

SourceForge recently (again) changed their HTML download. The newest
setuptools should work again. As of Jan 17, there was no new release, so
you have to get it direct from subversion: "ez_setup.py setuptools==dev"

Apparently setuptools is now using SourceForge's web services API rather
than trying to screen-scrape HTML, so this should hopefully eliminate
future breakage.

>
> On Jan 9, 2006, at 10:06 AM, Charlie Moad wrote:
>
>> There is support for numpy in the latest release we are trying to push
>> now. You can download the source here:
>>
>> matplotlib · PyPI
>
>
> I am trying to install the matplotlib from cheeseshop using
> easy_install but get the following:
>
> Oliver:~ chris$ sudo easy_install matplotlib
> Searching for matplotlib
> Reading http://www.python.org/pypi/matplotlib/
> Reading http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net
> Reading matplotlib - Browse Files at SourceForge.net
> Best match: matplotlib 0.86.1
> Downloading matplotlib - Browse Files at SourceForge.net
> matplotlib-0.86.1.tar.gz?download
> Requesting redirect to (randomly selected) 'ufpr' mirror
> error: No META HTTP-EQUIV="refresh" found in Sourceforge page at
> matplotlib - Browse Files at SourceForge.net
> matplotlib-0.86.1.tar.gz?use_mirror=ufpr
>
> Any idea where the error comes from?
>
> C.
>
> --
> Christopher J. Fonnesbeck
>
> Population Ecologist, Marine Mammal Section
> Fish & Wildlife Research Institute (FWC)
> St. Petersburg, FL
>
> Adjunct Assistant Professor
> Warnell School of Forest Resources
> University of Georgia
> Athens, GA
>
> T: 727.235.5570
> E: chris at trichech.us
>
>

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