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Re: Compatibility octave-gnuplot

From: Friedrich Leisch
Subject: Re: Compatibility octave-gnuplot
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 1997 14:44:00 +0200

>>>>> On Thu, 07 Aug 1997 13:25:31 +0100,
>>>>> Michael Chelle wrote:

> I'm using octave on UNIX-X11. 
> Is there a possibility to use the character encoding  ISO-Latin1 in
> octave to set (gset) labels or key of a plot. ISO-Latin1 is usefull for
> us, european, mainly for accentuated characters. 
> Gnuplot allows now this kind of encoding with the command  "set encoding
> iso_8859_1".

> If I do "gset encoding iso_8859_1" in octave, there is no error message,
> but I can't write accentuated characters to set the label string.

> Is there a solution or is it a future improvement?

iso-latin1 characters work fine for me from within octave ... no
problem setting the main title or the key using german umlaute or
other accented characters.


octave:13> gset title "áéí"
octave:12> gplot x' title "äöü"

do exactly what i expect them to do.


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