Travis build of development matplotlib?

I do not know of anyone who is building conda packages off of master
regularly.

Phil Elson has been working on continuous deployment tools, but none of
that is set up on matplotlib yet.

One (possibly) easy path to getting this add a hook into our .travis.yml
file that pokes binstar/anaconda.org to build the linux binaries whenever
master passes (we are using the same hook to deploy the devdocs (
matplotlib.org/devdocs). I think all that needs to be done for that is for
mpl to include a working conda recipe and the right yaml file.

Tom

PS: the dev list has moved to matplotlib-devel at python.org

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On Sat, Aug 29, 2015, 3:27 PM Michael Waskom <mwaskom at stanford.edu> wrote:

Hi all,

I would like to set up a Travis build of seaborn that tests against the
development version of matplotlib. Ideally this would happen without
actually compiling matplotlib on Travis, to save time.

Does matplotlib master get packaged such that it is installable through
conda? I thought I recalled seeing this somewhere, but I am having trouble
digging it up.

Thanks!
Michael

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