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It works! What beeyootiful plots. Man, that is SO MUCH nicer than
Matlab's stanky old X11 b@#?*&^%. And contrary to something I think I
remember you saying on an earlier thread, I could swear it's faster than
TkAgg by a long shot.
Two wrinkles: It pops up a blank plot before showing the first plot the
user requests, and I can't get it to work in interactive mode. On the
(good) chance you're aware of those and working on it, sorry.
Charlie Moad wrote:
> On 2/21/07, Anand Patil <anand@...> wrote:
>> From the matplotlib-devel list:
>> >On 2/14/07, Michiel Jan Laurens de Hoon <mdehoon@...> wrote:
>> >> Dear Charles,
>> >> I was trying to use your cocoa-agg backend for matplotlib, but it
>> >> to have a problem to read Matplotlib.nib. Opening this nib with
>> >> Interface Builder also gives an error. It appears that the
>> problem is
>> >> caused by the file keyedobjects.nib in the Matplotlib.nib folder.
>> If I
>> >> run plutil on keyedobjects.nib, it crashes. The other two files in
>> >> Matplotlib.nib look fine. So I was wondering if it is possible
>> that the
>> >> keyedobjects.nib file included in matplotlib is damaged. If so,
>> do you
>> >> have a valid copy of this file?
>> >> Many thanks in advance,
>> >> --Michiel de Hoon.
>> >We recently moved the data files, and I think the nib files got
>> >interpreted as text instead of binary files. I grabbed an old copy
>> >from a previous source release and committed them as binary. They
>> >should work now.
>> >- Charlie
>> I just downloaded
>> /trunk/matplotlib/lib/matplotlib/backends/Matplotlib.nib, rev 3022 on
>> svn. When I tried to use it, this happened:
>> In : figure()
>> 2007-02-21 15:00:51.611 Python *** NSThread: ignoring exception
>> '*** -[NSKeyedUnarchiver decodeObjectForKey:]: missing class information
>> for object' that raised during delayed perform of target 0x3b308c0 and
>> selector 'startWithBundle:'
>> I wasn't able to open the nib package with the interface builder, and
>> plutil crashed on keyedobjects.nib (I don't know what plutil is supposed
>> to do). I'm using a PPC G4 running OS X 10.4.
>> Thanks much,
> Sorry it took some time, but I tried committing fresh non-binary nibs.
> Please try again now.