In article <m2txxldhao.fsf@...927...>,
Russell Owen <rowen@...748...> writes:
> By the way: I installed ghostscript from source and Inkscape
> application from binary. More tests pass, but many still show K. My
> guess is that matplotlib can see ghostscript but not the Inkscape
> application (no surprise). Inkscape has too many dependencies for me
> to want to try to build it from source.
The following should help matplotlib find Inkscape:
python -c 'import matplotlib; matplotlib.test(1)'
Yes, thanks. I figured that out this morning and reran the tests for the
64-bit matplotlib on 10.7. Almost everything passes now. Just a few K
and one actual failure that appears to be nothing to worry about (though
a failing unit test is always worrisome.
I'm still wondering how I managed to build a binary installer that
installed the test packages on 10.7 and failed to install them on 10.6,
but I don't have time to investigate.
Jouni K. Seppänen <jks@...278...> wrote: