> Joachim B Haga <cjhaga@...524...>
> >> You may have something there. I tested different backends:
> >> These show the problem: While these work fine:
> >> GtkAgg WX
> >> QtAgg WXAgg
> >> CairoAgg GTK
> >> GtkCairo (yes, really) TkAgg
> Forget this list. I just discovered that -d<nonexistentbackend>
> silently defaults to GtkAgg, at least on my install (debian). So the
> "problem" list probably boils down to GtkAgg. Maybe you knew that.
John, I've been caught out a few times with this too! I think we should
change it so -d<nonexistentbackend> raises an error, what do you think?
> Steve Chaplin <stevech1097@...41...> writes:
> > I've just fixed it in CVS, it should appear in the next matplotlib
> > version. Or try installing from CVS if you need the fix now, and would
> > like to test it.
> Excellent! I'll wait; or, if you want me to test, tell me which file and
> version it is so I can patch my install with the relevant changes.
Its the file lib/matplotlib/backends/backend_gtkagg.py version 1.10,
it may also need lib/matplotlib/backends/backend_gtk.py version 1.80
On Wed, 2005-03-16 at 16:59 -0800, matplotlib-users- email@example.com wrote: