Drawing charts in Qt

Michel Albert exhuma at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 09:30:10 CET 2007


On Nov 6, 5:08 pm, David Boddie <da... at boddie.org.uk> wrote:
> On Tue Nov 6 15:46:07 CET 2007, Michel Albert wrote:
>
> [PyQwt and matplotlib]
>
> > PyQwt looks much more interesting, but I have trouble installing it.
> > On my machine it complains that sipconfig "has no attribute
> > '_pkg_config'".
>
> Is the configuration script finding the sipconfig file for SIP 3 or SIP 4?

How can I see if it's finding it or not? It does not give me any
helpful output.

>
> > In the end the application should also run on Windows boxes. And I
> > suppose as long as I use the right versions and use the precompiled
> > binaries, I should get it at least installed. But the thing with the
> > version numbers looks like some major lottery game to me. If one of
> > the elements in the chain (be it Qt, or Qwt) release new versions and
> > the available binary distributions get "out of sync", future support
> > for the written application becomes foggy.
>
> I'm not sure what you mean. Can you explain?

Well, I suppose I can manage this. If there really are some version
problems I can always compile everything I need myself.

>
> > Has anyone ever successfully used these graphing libraries with PyQt?
> > Or are there other graphing libraries available? In fact, my needs are
> > modest. A Line- and Bar-Chart would solve the majority of problems.
>
> I've installed PyQwt for PyQt4 and tried the examples, but only out of
> curiosity because I wasn't writing an application that needed those
> facilities at the time.
>
> David





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