Source for _na/c_transforms.pyd?

Hi. I'm attempting to extend the polar_axes class to
better handle scrolling and zooming, and to allow
setting a lower limit on the r-axis. There isn't
much in the way of documentation 'round these parts,
so I'm kind of stretching. I have a hunch though I
may have to add a transform to the extension module
listed in the subject line. Can someone point me to
the source?

Brendan

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The setup scripts copy _transforms.cpp to _na_transforms.cpp and
_nc_transforms.cpp at build time. The good news is there's only one
source file for both: src/_transforms.cpp.

Regards,
Todd

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On Wed, 2005-01-12 at 17:30, Brendan Simons wrote:

Hi. I'm attempting to extend the polar_axes class to
better handle scrolling and zooming, and to allow
setting a lower limit on the r-axis. There isn't
much in the way of documentation 'round these parts,
so I'm kind of stretching. I have a hunch though I
may have to add a transform to the extension module
listed in the subject line. Can someone point me to
the source?

Brendan

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The setup scripts copy _transforms.cpp to
_na_transforms.cpp and
_nc_transforms.cpp at build time. The good news is
there's only one
source file for both: src/_transforms.cpp.

Regards,
Todd

On Wed, 2005-01-12 at 17:30, Brendan Simons wrote:
> Hi. I'm attempting to extend the polar_axes class
to
> better handle scrolling and zooming, and to allow
> setting a lower limit on the r-axis. There
isn't
> much in the way of documentation 'round these
parts,
> so I'm kind of stretching. I have a hunch though
I
> may have to add a transform to the extension
module
> listed in the subject line. Can someone point me
to
> the source?
>
> Brendan
>
>

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