./graphics/py-matplotlib, Matlab-style plotting package for Python

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.1.3, Package name: py37-matplotlib-3.1.3, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

matplotlib is a pure python plotting library designed to bring
publication quality plotting to python with a syntax familiar to
matlab users. A lot progress towards this goal has been made since
the first release of matplotlib, the library does produce high quality
2D plots. All of the plotting commands can be accessed either via a
functional interface familiar to matlab users or an object oriented
interface familiar to python users, and several high resolution output
formats are supported.

Tutorial: https://matplotlib.org/users/tutorials.html


Required to run:
[graphics/freetype2] [graphics/png] [graphics/py-cairo] [devel/py-setuptools] [time/py-dateutil] [math/py-numpy] [devel/py-pyparsing] [graphics/py-Pillow] [graphics/py-cycler] [math/py-kiwisolver] [lang/python37]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 2ab87642f34594c3db1c03f89be0c431bf60de35
RMD160: 313d5bd71a1cdf3c2fa1b616aada55ed1ffceb0a
Filesize: 39964.711 KB

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   2020-02-18 17:51:51 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-matplotlib: updated to 3.1.3

REL: v3.1.3
This is the final planned release of the 3.1.x series.

This release contains several critical bug-fixes:
- suppress a warning with Pandas 1.0
- support pillow >= 7
- support dateutils >= 2.8.1
- prevent an infinite recursion
- do not clobber non-python registered signal handler
- fix path intersection computation with 0 length segments
- fix performance regression in draw_idle
- several minor bugs
   2019-12-11 21:29:51 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-matplotlib: updated to 3.1.2

v3.1.2:
- fix regresion of incorrect limits for y-axis in imshow
- fix integer indexed pandas series
- fix ScalarFormatter formatting of masked values
- webagg and nbagg no longer incorrectly fallback to agg when $DISPLAY is not set
- several fixes for Qt5 backend
- other bugfixes and documentation fixes
   2019-11-27 05:00:34 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to remove the sentences that describe removed packages
   2019-07-03 20:18:44 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-matplotlib: updated to 3.1.1

v3.1.1:
The first bug-fix release of the 3.1 series
Locator.nonsingular return order API change
Lots of backports of various bug fixes.
   2019-06-16 15:11:35 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (14) | Package updated
Log message:
py-matplotlib: updated to 3.1.0

REL: v3.1.0
The first release of the v3.1 series
This version of Matplotlib support Python 3.6+
Highlights of this release include:
 - A helper method for scatter legends
 - Secondary axis support (ex, degrees and radians)
 - A concise date formatter
 - No longer requires a framework build of Python to use OSX backend
 - Major and minor ticks will no longer collide by default
 - A progress callback for animations
 - mplot3D is always registered
 - deprecated mlab functions have been removed
 - Many function calls have become stricter about invalid or ignored input

REL: v3.0.3
The third and last planned bug-fix release of the 3.0 series
* fix several possible memory leaks
* documentation fixes

jquery-ui is no longer bundled in git repo and is downloaded during
the install or sdist process. If you are installing from pypi the
files will be included, but if you are installing from git you will
need internet access the first time you run `pip install .`. The
install process tries to cache the files and will not need internet
access on future installations.

REL: v3.0.2
This is the second bug-fix release for the v3.0 series.
 - Un-breaks basemap which was broken by partially restoring
   private APIs for cartopy.
 - Fixes bug in warning code when used in an embedded context.
 - Fixes crash when using Tk and closing the first open window before showing it
 - Many documentation improvements.
 - Restore a corner case on ColorBar tick usage.
 - Change the default behavior of `matplotlib.use` to silently allow
   more 'safe' switching after auto-discovery, but before starting an event loop.
 - Improvements to bounding box calculations.
 - Provide the correct length for RcParams instances.

REL: v3.0.1
This is the first bug fix release for the 3.0 series which fixes
several
 - Fix failure to import bug when used with backend-fallback on Python
   3.6.7 and 3.7.1
 - Fixed a number of failure to import bugs around finding fonts
 - Fix Qt4 backend
 - Fix bug on OSX that recursively searched current directory for fonts
 - Fix bouncing-rocket on OSX when doing backend fallback and not
   selecting OSX
 - Temporarily restore several private APIs to unbreak cartopy
 - Make pyplot more tolerant of varying signatures in 3rd-party
   sub-classe
 - Improve datetime64 unit handling
 - Fixed several poor interactions with tight_layout

REL: v3.0.0
The first release of the Matplotlib 3.0 series
This is the first version of Matplotlib to only support Python 3.
Highlights of this release include:
 - GUI backend is selected at run-time based on what toolkits are
   installed.  A GUI toolkit will not be selected on a headless
   server.
 - New cyclic color map *twilight*
 - Improvements to automatic layout of titles, ticks, and GridSpec
 - Many bug fixes!
   2018-07-11 18:19:32 by Andreas Gustafsson | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
py-matplotlib: fix PR 53425

Don't call fflush() on a read-only file pointer; it is an error on BSD
systems and causes the import of matplotlib.pyplot to fail.
   2018-04-14 14:52:56 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
py-matplotlib: updated to 2.2.2

v2.2.2 LTS
This release fixes a number of critical bugs:
 - restores matplotlib.verbose (fixing embedding in pycharm)
 - preserve precision when color mapping small portions of data with
   extreme outliers
 - fixes saving long movies with ffmpeg
 - fixes UnbourdLocal error in contour labeling
 - fixes import failure on python 3.4.0 and 3.4.1
 - fixes compile time failures with clang on 32bit platforms
 - fixes an icon in the Tk backends
 - fixes several issues with Tables
 - fixes expanding offset boxes with tight_layout
 - revert changes to the font caching to avoid a possible bug in
   backports.lru_cache
 - numerous docstring and documentation fixes
We have reverted the deprecation of font_manager.TempCache.
v2.2.1 did not actually restore matplotlib.verbose.

v2.2.1 LTS
This release fixes a number of critical bugs:
 - restores matplotlib.verbose (fixing embedding in pycharm)
 - preserve precision when color mapping small portions of data with
   extreme outliers
 - fixes saving long movies with ffmpeg
 - fixes UnbourdLocal error in contour labeling
 - fixes import failure on python 3.4.0 and 3.4.1
 - fixes compile time failures with clang on 32bit platforms
 - fixes an icon in the Tk backends
 - fixes several issues with Tables
 - fixes expanding offset boxes with tight_layout
 - revert changes to the font caching to avoid a possible bug in
   backports.lru_cache
 - numerous docstring and documentation fixes
We have reverted the deprecation of font_manager.TempCache.

v2.2.0 LTS
This release includes new features including:
 - An experimental constrained layout manager
 - Color blind friendly color map (cividis) and color cycle
   (tableau-colorblind10)
 - native support for numpy.datetime64 types
 - animated gif writing via pillow
 - TkAgg now works with pypy
 - cairo based backends for Qt, Tk, and WX

There are several API changes in this release:
 - To support the constrained layout Matplotlib has a new required
   dependency (kiwisolver).
 - The matplotlib.finance module has been removed, development has
   moved to a stand-alone project.
   2018-02-07 13:33:24 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
py-matplotlib: removed buildlink3.mk (use DEPENDS)