I tested your changes (up to mpl_install_std) and merged the pull request. Upon solving the binaries issue we could probably close this pull request. Or we could open an issue for that particular matter.

-- Fernando


On Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 02:03, Jouni K. Seppänen <jks@iki.fi> wrote:
Jouni K. Seppänen <jks@iki.fi> writes:

> Fernando Garcia Bermudez <fgb@eecs.berkeley.edu> writes:
>
>> Fine by me as well. Maybe modify the documentation to point to
>> mpl_install_std. How should we proceed?
>
> I'll make some other cleanups and create some commits that you can
> include in your pull request.

I did this now and created a pull request for you, so if you pull it
into your branch, it should update your pull request. I realized it's
unnecessary to have all those shell commands to export the variables,
since make can export them for us.

I tried out the other targets, but I couldn't get "binaries" to
work. The bdist_mpkg plugin complains something about a lacking 64-bit
wxpython. Could someone who has previously been able to create the
installer try it on my make.osx branch? (That is,

 git add remote jkseppan git://github.com/jkseppan/matplotlib.git
 git fetch jkseppan
 git checkout jkseppan/make.osx
 make -f make.osx clean deps mpl_build binaries PYVERSION=2.6 PREFIX=...)

This change will likely not merge cleanly into master; if people agree
to merge this into the maintenance branch, I can do the merge into
master.

--
Jouni K. Seppänen
http://www.iki.fi/jks


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