After searching for the path in all files in the distro,
I found the problem:
font caching of Matplotlib
After removing C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\.matplotlib
everything works ok.
So the remaining question is,
is there an elegant way, either in py2exe or in matplotlib,
to get arounf this caching problem ?
On 14-02-2011 21:41, Stef Mientki wrote:
> Ran into the same problem,
> are there any hints to track down the problem.
> I tried to remove the MatPlotLib from py2exe and added MatPlatlib manual afterwards,
> but still it point to the wrong directory.
> Stef Mientki
> On 26-12-2010 15:18, zb wrote:
>> First of all, I would like to thank the developers of this wonderful package.
>> I started doing an app and I finally tried to compile it with py2exe. I run into some issues that I posted in the py2exe group here;
>> To make it work, I ended it up having to use an older version of matplotlib and numpy. I don't know if the developers of matplotlib are aware of these issues and I am posting here just in case they don't know.
>> When I was trying to use version 1.0, I run into problems with the mpl data directory. The output of py2exe could only find the mpl-data dir at the root /dist of a drive. Then I decided to try a much earlier version of matplotlib, and I run into different set of problems. Finally, I tried matplotlib 0.99.1 and the problems went away (I didn't try version 0.99.3 because its release date was too close to the version 1.0).
>> I am just trying to make the developers aware of the problems and I hope to use newer versions in the future.
>> Thanks for your attention
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