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matplotlib & mod_python

Hi all.

I would like to use a "combination" of matplotlib and mod_python to
create a
PNG figure on the fly in my web site.
The mod_python handler code should be something like this:
def handler(req):

fig = Figure()
... figure creation stuff
canvas = FigureCanvasAgg(fig)
canvas.print_figure(req, dpi=72)

return apache.OK
This code gives me an error as req is not a file-like instance (as

TyperError: Could not convert object to file pointer

Is there a way to to this thing ?

Thank you very much for any suggestion,

Oct 26 '07 #1
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