Conflicts: lib/matplotlib/tests/baseline_images/test_axes/errorbar_mixed.pdf lib/matplotlib/tests/baseline_images/test_axes/errorbar_mixed.png
…atches Fixed the expected output from test_arrow_patches.test_fancyarrow.
fix "alpha" kwarg in errorbar plot
Regenerated from test output.
added QtGui.QMainWindow.closeEvent() to make sure the close event
Fix SVG flip when svg.image_noscale is True
cascades up properly. issue #1676
A symlink lib/dateutil is automatically generated.
Add framealpha argument for legend
- this patch was rightly proposed by Hans Dembinski on the matplotlib devel mailing list but never incorporated it seems
remove `import new` from cbook.py
Nuke Travis python 3.1 testing
Python 3.1 is unsuported by Travis-ci , so this change removes it. : http://about.travis-ci.org/docs/user/ci-environment/#Python-VM-images
Recompute Wedge path after change of attributes.
`matplotlib/mpl.py` is a file which used to get imported via ipython's `%pyplot` interface as module named `mpl`, yet it isn't clear at all what it's role is. Given that in our own code, and in the rest of our python neighborhood, we often do `import matplotlib as mpl`, it's quite a bit confusing to have something with the `mpl` name within matplotlib not be the `matplotlib` module itself. This module was only used in `pylab` interface, where it was simply imported in one line via `from matplotlib import mpl` and never used again. With the exception of mpl.finance, all of the modules in mpl.py were readily available simply via "import matplotlib as mpl". pylab's mpl.finance functionality is retained for backwards compatability.