[Baypiggies] Installing matplotlib using macports on Python3.2.3

Shubhra Sharma sharma.shubhra07 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 4 04:19:09 CET 2012


Hi All,

I'm trying to install matplotlib using macports without success.


   - Here's what I'm running into:

ssharma-dev1:~ ssharma$ sudo port install py-matplotlib @1.2.0
--->  Computing dependencies for py-matplotlib
--->  Cleaning py-matplotlib
--->  Scanning binaries for linking errors: 100.0%
--->  No broken files found.
ssharma-dev1:~ ssharma$ port contents py-matplotlib @1.2.0
Port py-matplotlib contains:
  /opt/local/share/doc/py-matplotlib/README
ssharma-dev1:~ ssharma$
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   - I was able to install py32-numpy @1.6.2, freetype @2.4.10,libpng
   @1.5.13 and then I tried  py27-matplotlib @1.2.0  without problems.


   - See download page
https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/downloads(there seems to be
nothing for OSX10.7 64bit on python3.2.3). Is this the
   wrong link?


   - Based on this:
   http://pythonsprints.com/2011/04/8/matplotlib-python-3-thanks-cape-town-groupit
seems that matplotlib has been ported to python3.x. But, when I go to:
   https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib-py3 I get a 404
   - My question is is there a way to  install matplotlib on python3.2.3
   using macports? If yes how? What am I missing?

Thanks for all your help.
Best regards,
Shubhra
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