In article <rowen-11D147.15580001072010@...1803...>,

My binaries are presently named:

matplotlib-0.99.3-py2.5-macosx10.4-2010-06-30.dmg

matplotlib-0.99.3-py2.6-macosx10.4-2010-06-30.dmgThe easy thing is to simply remove the date; the name then matches the

scheme used by numpy and scipy so it will probably be clear to most

users.

I guess I'm blind. Here is the naming scheme used by numpy and scipy:

scipy-0.7.2-py2.6-python.org.dmg

numpy-1.4.1-py2.6-python.org.dmg

One option is to simply adopt that (replacing python.org with Apple for

your binary). But I really don't like omitting the minimum version of

Mac OS X it works with (not to mention omitting "mac" altogether!), so I

recommend the following, where I moved the python source before the

version of python because otherwise the Apple in

"py2.6-Apple-macosx10.6" might seem to refer to macosx instead of python:

matplotlib-0.99.3-Apple-py2.6-macosx10.6.dmg

for your existing binary, and

matplotlib-0.99.3-python-py2.5-macosx10.4.dmg

matplotlib-0.99.3-python-py2.6-macosx10.4.dmg

for mine.

-- Russell

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"Russell E. Owen" <rowen@...2756...> wrote: