python-2.6 compatible matplotlib

Hi

Now that numpy-1.3.0 has been released what is the timescale for a
python-2.6 compatible release of matplotlib and matplotlib-basemap? Or
should the current release work OK?

Cheers

Adam

I've had matplotlib running fine on Python 2.6 since shortly after the Python
2.6 release. I run Arch Linux. Are you perhaps looking for Windows builds?
Or does your distro not have matplotlib compiled for Python 2.6 yet?

Dave Moore

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On Sunday 05 April 2009 18:49:46 Adam Mercer wrote:

Hi

Now that numpy-1.3.0 has been released what is the timescale for a
python-2.6 compatible release of matplotlib and matplotlib-basemap? Or
should the current release work OK?

Cheers

Adam

No, I'm looking to package matplotlib for python-2.6 on MacPorts and
wanted to check that there would be no unexpected surprises, but from
the above it sounds like all should be good.

Cheers

Adam

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On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 16:01, David Moore <davidm@...30...> wrote:

I've had matplotlib running fine on Python 2.6 since shortly after the Python
2.6 release. I run Arch Linux. Are you perhaps looking for Windows builds?
Or does your distro not have matplotlib compiled for Python 2.6 yet?

I did a lot of the initial fixes for Python 2.6 within the first week of the 2.6.0 release -- they were mostly of the warning/style nature. I've been running it on 2.6 on and off ever since, so it should be ok. But let us know if you find anything.

Cheers,
Mike

Adam Mercer wrote:

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On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 16:01, David Moore <davidm@...30...> wrote:

I've had matplotlib running fine on Python 2.6 since shortly after the Python
2.6 release. I run Arch Linux. Are you perhaps looking for Windows builds?
Or does your distro not have matplotlib compiled for Python 2.6 yet?
    
No, I'm looking to package matplotlib for python-2.6 on MacPorts and
wanted to check that there would be no unexpected surprises, but from
the above it sounds like all should be good.

Cheers

Adam

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The only things I've seen so far are some deprecation warnings of the form:

/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/site-packages/matplotlib/texmanager.py:55:
DeprecationWarning: os.popen4 is deprecated. Use the subprocess
module.
  stdin, stdout = os.popen4('dvipng -version')

Cheers

Adam

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On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 13:46, Michael Droettboom <mdroe@...31...> wrote:

I did a lot of the initial fixes for Python 2.6 within the first week of the
2.6.0 release -- they were mostly of the warning/style nature. I've been
running it on 2.6 on and off ever since, so it should be ok. But let us
know if you find anything.

I fixed this in r7063. It works for me on Linux, but the windows users might want to double check that there isn’t some weird subprocess incompatibility. (tex_demo.py exercises this code.)

I also fixed the use of os.popen in cbook.report_memory(). Again, it works for me here, but I’d love for others to check. There is no code for windows with this one, but there is code for Macs.

Ryan

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On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 8:18 PM, Adam Mercer <ramercer@…272…149…> wrote:

On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 13:46, Michael Droettboom <mdroe@…31…> wrote:

I did a lot of the initial fixes for Python 2.6 within the first week of the

2.6.0 release – they were mostly of the warning/style nature. I’ve been

running it on 2.6 on and off ever since, so it should be ok. But let us

know if you find anything.

The only things I’ve seen so far are some deprecation warnings of the form:

/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/site-packages/matplotlib/texmanager.py:55:

DeprecationWarning: os.popen4 is deprecated. Use the subprocess

module.

stdin, stdout = os.popen4(‘dvipng -version’)


Ryan May
Graduate Research Assistant
School of Meteorology
University of Oklahoma
Sent from Norman, Oklahoma, United States