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# Rename this file to setup.cfg to modify matplotlib's
# build options.
[egg_info]
tag_svn_revision = 1
[directories]
# Uncomment to override the default basedir in setupext.py.
# This can be a single directory or a space-delimited list of directories.
#basedirlist = /usr
[status]
# To suppress display of the dependencies and their versions
# at the top of the build log, uncomment the following line:
#suppress = True
#
# Uncomment to insert lots of diagnostic prints in extension code
#verbose = True
[provide_packages]
# By default, matplotlib checks for a few dependencies and
# installs them if missing. This feature can be turned off
# by uncommenting the following lines. Acceptible values are:
# True: install, overwrite an existing installation
# False: do not install
# auto: install only if the package is unavailable. This
# is the default behavior
#
## Date/timezone support:
#pytz = False
#dateutil = False
[gui_support]
# Matplotlib supports multiple GUI toolkits, including Cocoa,
# GTK, Fltk, MacOSX, Qt, Qt4, Tk, and WX. Support for many of
# these toolkits requires AGG, the Anti-Grain Geometry library,
# which is provided by matplotlib and built by default.
#
# Some backends are written in pure Python, and others require
# extension code to be compiled. By default, matplotlib checks
# for these GUI toolkits during installation and, if present,
# compiles the required extensions to support the toolkit. GTK
# support requires the GTK runtime environment and PyGTK. Wx
# support requires wxWidgets and wxPython. Tk support requires
# Tk and Tkinter. The other GUI toolkits do not require any
# extension code, and can be used as long as the libraries are
# installed on your system.
#
# You can uncomment any the following lines if you know you do
# not want to use the GUI toolkit. Acceptible values are:
# True: build the extension. Exits with a warning if the
# required dependencies are not available
# False: do not build the extension
# auto: build if the required dependencies are available,
# otherwise skip silently. This is the default
# behavior
#
gtk = False
gtkagg = False
tkagg = False
wxagg = False
macosx = False
[rc_options]
# User-configurable options
#
# Default backend, one of: Agg, Cairo, CocoaAgg, GTK, GTKAgg, GTKCairo,
# FltkAgg, MacOSX, Pdf, Ps, QtAgg, Qt4Agg, SVG, TkAgg, WX, WXAgg.
#
# The Agg, Ps, Pdf and SVG backends do not require external
# dependencies. Do not choose GTK, GTKAgg, GTKCairo, MacOSX, TkAgg or WXAgg
# if you have disabled the relevent extension modules. Agg will be used
# by default.
#
backend = Agg
#
# The numerix module was historically used to provide
# compatibility between the Numeric, numarray, and NumPy array
# packages. Now that NumPy has emerge as the universal array
# package for python, numerix is not really necessary and is
# maintained to provide backward compatibility. Do not change
# this unless you have a compelling reason to do so.
#numerix = numpy
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