[Baypiggies] Installing matplotlib using macports on Python3.2.3

Monte Davidoff davidoff56 at alluvialsw.com
Tue Dec 4 08:56:12 CET 2012


On 12/3/12 7:19 PM, Shubhra Sharma wrote:
> My question is is there a way to  install matplotlib on python3.2.3 
> using macports?

Not yet. Someone is working on it. See 
https://trac.macports.org/ticket/36930

> ssharma-dev1:~ ssharma$ sudo port install py-matplotlib @1.2.0

The py-matplotlib port is what is called a unified port, meaning the 
same port supports multiple versions of python. Look at the output of 
"port info py-matplotlib". Notice it has the py26-matplotlib and 
py27-matplotlib subports. This means that the py-matplotlib port 
supports Python 2.6 and Python 2.7. You would normally install one of 
these subports, which indicate the version of python to use. You would 
not normally install the unified port itself, py-matplotlib.

Monte
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