PyNGL/PyNIO user forum
The email list email@example.com was created for PyNGL and PyNIO users to exchange information, ask questions, and report bugs. It is also for the developers to share information about new releases, features, bug fixes, and other related information. You must be subscribed to this email list in order to post to it.
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We generally try to answer your question within a few hours. Sometimes we will respond to a person offline, so if you don't see a posting on pyngl-talk right away, this doesn't necessarily mean we aren't looking into it. We will eventually post the resolution when we have all the information, and if it is appopriate.
Posting a bug reportIf you want to report a potential bug, the most helpful thing you can do is provide the shortest Python script possible that illustrates the bug, any data files needed to run your script, and a graphic (PostScript file, PDF file, NCGM file, etc.) if there is one available.
We don't encourage sending large files as email attachments, however, so if you can put your script, data, and/or images on a website and then just provide a URL, that would be ideal. Ftp also works for us.
Other information that we need for bug reports is the version of PyNGL or PyNIO you are running. You can get this information by printing the "__version__" attribute:
import Ngl print Ngl.__version__ import Nio print Nio.__version__
Finally, please include the type of system you are on (usually "uname -a" is enough), and the exact error message or nature of the error you are seeing. The more detail you can give, the better.
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