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Re: Help with python-matplotlib packaging



On Friday 24 February 2006 22:14, Orion Poplawski wrote:
> I'm the maintainer for python-matplotlib.  I'm getting ready to build
> 0.87 and am looking for suggestions about what numeric engine to make
> standard.  I'm building against numpy, Numeric, and numarry, but I don't
> want to have it Require: all three at run time.  Is numpy the way of the
> future and should I just list that?  Currently (0.86) I have
> python-numeric.

  numpy it is certainly the future, what I am not sure is if it is the 
present. ;-)

  John Hunter showed interest in maintaining only numpy instead of the general 
support for Numerix. The question is if numpy is ready to replace the other 
toolkits. We could play cautiously an only replace it at 1.0

  Why don't you put your question in the matplotlib list? It is a friendly 
environment. :-)

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