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Elliott Sales de Andrade
@QuLogic
Are we at a point where we can use std::unique_ptr or similar?
Antony Lee
@anntzer
fwiw scipy has had a dependency on pybind11 (and thus has access to unique_ptr) since 2019 (https://github.com/scipy/scipy/pull/10238)
Antony Lee
@anntzer
having some ruling in the NEP29 style for C++ compiler versions would be nice
Elliott Sales de Andrade
@QuLogic
I managed to write what I wanted without it, I think
Ian Thomas
@ianthomas23
Scipy have a toolchain roadmap that includes C++ standard: https://docs.scipy.org/doc/scipy/reference/toolchain.html#c-and-c-language-standards
Andrzej Novak
@andrzejnovak
Anyone can explain why FT graphics look so visually appealing, despite having quite weird color schemes https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ey3geZTWUAAPG46?format=jpg&name=4096x4096
hannah
@story645
all those colors have warm undertones so they don't clash, but the contrast makes em visually distinctive
the muting is what makes that blue and pink "warm"
I have loyalty to https://www.colourlovers.com/ but there are lots of pallet sites
Andrzej Novak
@andrzejnovak
I actually found this one the most convenient https://coolors.co/ mash spacebar until you like something, lock and continue
but FT just seems to nail it every time
hannah
@story645
They have graphic designers on staff?
Andrzej Novak
@andrzejnovak
haha, I bet
Jody Klymak
@jklymak
What is "FT"?
hannah
@story645
financial times
Elliott Sales de Andrade
@QuLogic
Ah, good table, that means we can do C++17 for 3.5 already
hannah
@story645
his example of grind is something I find so fun it's what I do to procrastinate on my real work 🙃
now I wanna check my spreadsheet from gsoc against the current issue list...
hannah
@story645
@jklymak are legends supposed to work with subfigure?
i mean fig.legend()
Ian Thomas
@ianthomas23
@QuLogic Re C++ standard, this scipy PR (scipy/scipy#13328) includes a discussion about switching from C++11 to C++14 to make it easier to include some Boost libraries. It is still a WIP but we can follow their lead. I think C++14 may be possible this year, but C++17 may be ambitious.
Jody Klymak
@jklymak
Fig legends are troublesome with constrained layout period. But if a figure legend works with a figure but doesn’t with a sub figure then it would be good to investigate.
I found imagegrid doesn’t work with subfigure either. ☹️
Jody Klymak
@jklymak
@story645 maybe open an issue with an indication what the error is? Thanks.
hannah
@story645
digging deeper, I think it's a bad interaction with the notebook backend
sorry inline backend
and yes will post an issue
Elliott Sales de Andrade
@QuLogic
@ianthomas23 hmm, interesting that they discuss dropping manylinux1 wheels; I ran my PRs through our cibuildwheel action (https://github.com/QuLogic/matplotlib/runs/2346718958?check_suite_focus=true), and see no need for that yet
but maybe I did not use enough C++14 (I think it's just std::vector.data)
Benjamin Root
@WeatherGod
std::vector.data has been in gcc for awhile, IIRC. It just wasn't standardized across compilers until C++14.
pretty sure I used it a couple of times back in 2007
hannah
@story645
What's the deal w/ plt.subplots & subplot mosaic https://twitter.com/fakufakurevenge/status/1382246106197749760?s=19
Jody Klymak
@jklymak
I don’t understand what they want to do
hannah
@story645
are there any docs (I can't find 'em) of what annotation arrow angles mean, kinda like
image.png
hannah
@story645
image.png
Uh @tacaswell , can I advocate for this?
really though, I'd love a { arrow style, or at the least the ability to do ']->'
Elliott Sales de Andrade
@QuLogic
the angle is degrees from the normal
hannah
@story645
so yeah, I want a visual example like that for all the other arrows
it doesn't seem to just be angle relative to point
Elliott Sales de Andrade
@QuLogic
there's a test that does all of them that you could copy
it is relative to the line
hannah
@story645
thanks
relattive to the line confuses me since the arrow is the line and isn't the angle saying it's slope?
Ian Thomas
@ianthomas23
@QuLogic std::vector.data is C++11 (https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/container/vector/data) but as @WeatherGod says has been available for longer than that, even on Windows.