I think we want to keep matplotlib associated with the OS X Framework
install of python; if we installed the macports version, am I correct in
assuming that we could just dump the resulting python modules (eg. gtk,
tkinter, and matplotlib) into the Framework install's site-packages dir
(or more likely my own PYTHONPATH dir) and disregard the macports distro
On Fri, 1 Jun 2007, Jochen Küpper wrote:
> On 31.05.2007, at 20:34, Jeff Whitaker wrote:
>> The fink matplotlib package uses GTKAgg as the default backend, and
>> works fine over an ssh tunnel. The admin will have to:
>> 0) make sure X11.app (and the X11 SDK) is installed.
>> 1) install fink
>> 2) run 'fink selfupdate'
>> 3) run 'fink install matplotlib-py25' (and wait a few hours for
>> everything to compile).
> Same holds for MacPorts -- it has matplotlib in variants tk, gtk2, and
> I guess in your case you would need to convince yur Admin to install
> MacPorts, or install as a normal user, which might work -- that would then
> include gtk2 or wxWidgets as necessary.