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the affine matrix is calculated in the display coordinate for interpolation='none' #1150

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leejjoon commented Aug 27, 2012

For images with interpolation='none', the affine matrix is now calculated in the display coordinate.
This is to simplify the matrix that renderers receives.
This is to address #1085.

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pelson commented Sep 2, 2012

If you have code that was failing, but is now fixed, it would be great to get a test for this new code.

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mdboom commented Sep 4, 2012

I'd love to see this go into 1.2.x. I will try to whip up a test based on #1085 for this.

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mdboom commented Sep 4, 2012

I've added a test as a PR against @leejjoon's branch.

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pelson commented Sep 5, 2012

+1

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Merge pull request #1150 from leejjoon/fix-image-shift
the affine matrix is calculated in the display coordinate for interpolation='none'

@mdboom mdboom merged commit 2e5a38a into matplotlib:master Sep 5, 2012

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