From: Giorgio F. Gilestro <giorgio@gi...> - 2007-07-05 17:27:32
Ok, It seems that my problem with PS is not on matplotlib side but on
illustrator. I am able to properly open the ps file with distiller and
make a pdf out of it. The pdf will then work with illustrator too.
Don't ask me why, I couldn't figure out.
Another bug, though, comes with backend_pdf.py
The function embedPDF in the class PdfFile has a call to
but decoding_map doesn't exist. There is a decoding_table but it
doesn't contain good decimal unicode chars.
That makes impossible to save PDF using the last MPL, I believe.
On 7/3/07, Giorgio F. Gilestro <giorgio@...> wrote:
> I am encountering a font problem when I try to save in .PS or .EPS format.
> I am using matplotlib 0.90 on windows xp but I had the very same
> problem with the older version too.
> See attached output:
> Any idea?
From: Giorgio F. Gilestro <giorgio@gi...> - 2007-07-10 15:35:44
Well I did fix it myself in the meanwhile. I must say I don't like
working with the CVS because I am planning to release the application
I am writing and I need to guarantee a minimal version of the packages
that the end user should eventually install without caring too much
about the CVS.
Thank you anyway.
On 7/7/07, Jouni K. Sepp=E4nen <jks@...> wrote:
> > Another bug, though, comes with backend_pdf.py
> > The function embedPDF in the class PdfFile has a call to
> > encodings.cp1252.decoding_map[charcode]
> I believe this was fixed by Michael Droettboom in svn revision 3450.
> You can apply the patch to your copy if you don't want to use
> in-development versions:
> Jouni K. Sepp=E4nen
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