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    • Yori Fournier's avatar
      Add some test and modify the MyFig.update · c717f169
      Yori Fournier authored
      Now the keyword aliases is treated differently. MyFig.update does not
      replace the aliases but updates it. To allow the user to gives arguments
      without caring of keep track of the former aliases.
      
      to overwrite the attribute aliases completely the user now need to do:
      
      fig.aliases = replacement
      
      instead of
      
      fig.update(aliases=replacement)
      c717f169
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    • Yori 'AGy' Fournier's avatar
      BUG - Here I found an issue due to a test on the Axes object given to add_axes · 1b4c9bf4
      Yori 'AGy' Fournier authored
      If the Axes is of type MyAxes but deriving from Another class It won't pass the
      isinstance(ax, MyAxes) test
      
      However it will pass
      issubclass(ax.__class__, MyAxes)
      
      But if ax is derived from MyAxes from another namespace:
      ax.__class__ = some_namespace.MyAxes
      MyAxes = some_other_namespace.MyAxes
      It won't pass neither...
      
      Therefore I commented this test before I find a solution
      1b4c9bf4
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