QTAgg backend

backend_qt.py is present in my cvs directory, but it looks

    > like it didnt make it into the MPL-0.72 tarball.

This was a problem with the MANIFEST file in the 0.72 release. I
should be fixed in the 0.72.1 bugfix release, which is up on the sf
site.

JDH

Great! One bug to report. Line 262 of backend_qt.py should read:

error_msg = error_msg_qt

or I get an error:

File "/usr/lib/python2.3/site-packages/matplotlib/backends/backend_qt.py",
line 262, in ?
    error_msg = error_msg
NameError: name 'error_msg' is not defined

···

On Wednesday 23 February 2005 10:51 am, John Hunter wrote:

    > backend_qt.py is present in my cvs directory, but it looks
    > like it didnt make it into the MPL-0.72 tarball.

This was a problem with the MANIFEST file in the 0.72 release. I
should be fixed in the 0.72.1 bugfix release, which is up on the sf
site.

--

Darren

Darren,
All of the error handling code was recently reworked by John to make all of the front ends be consistent. So, that line doesn't even exist in the CVS repository anymore. If you sync to the latest CVS then you should be fine.

You can find the instructions for CVS access here: http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=80706

Ted

···

At 09:06 AM 2/23/2005, Darren Dale wrote:

On Wednesday 23 February 2005 10:51 am, John Hunter wrote:

>
> > backend_qt.py is present in my cvs directory, but it looks
> > like it didnt make it into the MPL-0.72 tarball.
>
> This was a problem with the MANIFEST file in the 0.72 release. I
> should be fixed in the 0.72.1 bugfix release, which is up on the sf
> site.

Great! One bug to report. Line 262 of backend_qt.py should read:

error_msg = error_msg_qt

or I get an error:

File "/usr/lib/python2.3/site-packages/matplotlib/backends/backend_qt.py",
line 262, in ?
    error_msg = error_msg
NameError: name 'error_msg' is not defined

--

Darren

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