[Numpy-discussion] Installed NumPy and MatPlotLib in the Wrong Order. How uninstall MPL?
Sat Feb 6 05:43:17 CST 2010
stuck = placed.
I'm pretty sure I used an msi file. I've brought this topic up in 3
forums where I would have thought people knew the answer. Yours is the
first answer. I would have guessed that anyone dealing libraries would
have known the answer. Nor have I found anything in two Python books
I've used. I think I'll look at them again. Google didn't even show
Thanks for the response. I'll try to clear manually the locations we've
On 2/5/2010 9:01 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 10:37 PM, Wayne Watson
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> See Subject.
>> I'm working in IDLE in Win7. It seems to me MPL gets stuck in
>> site-packages under C:\Python25. Maybe this is as simple as deleting the
> What does it mean that MPL gets stuck? what kind of stuck?
> (My experience is only windowsXP not Win7)
> Often I just delete all directories and files for a package. However,
> if the package has been installed with an installer and not with
> easy_install or setup.py, there might be a removexxx,
> (removematplotlib) under/in the Python25 directory (I have
> Removematplotlib.exe for python24 but not for 25) and it might also be
> in the windows registry, try Add/Remove Programs or whatever the Win7
> equivalent is.
> I just checked my Add/Remove Programs and I have several entries under
> python 2.5 that are orphans because I deleted the directories but
> didn't uninstall through an uninstaller, but again I see an entry for
> matplotlib only for python 2.4, so maybe matplotlib doesn't pollute
> the windows registry anymore.
> If you don't find any matplotlib uninstall (as in my case for Py2.5),
> you can just delete all files and directories in site-packages.
>> Well, yes there's a MPL folder under site-packages and an info MPL file
>> of 540 bytes. There are also pylab.py, pyc,and py0 files under site.
>> What to do next?
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