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Re: Compatibility octave-gnuplot

From: Michael Chelle
Subject: Re: Compatibility octave-gnuplot
Date: Thu, 07 Aug 1997 13:46:46 +0100

Guido Notari wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 07, 1997 at 01:25:31PM +0100, Michael Chelle wrote:
> > Gnuplot allows now this kind of encoding with the command  "set encoding
> > iso_8859_1".
> Please note that the exact name is ISO-8859-1, with hyphens and not
> underscores.

The real name should be ISO-8859-1, but the possible values 
of the Gnuplot variable "encoding" are :

Octave<1> gset encoding ISO-8859-1 
gnuplot> set encoding ISO-8859-1 
line 0: expecting one of 'default', 'iso_8859_1', 'cp437' or 'cp850'

I think that the problem comes from the core of octave where the
character of the command line should be coded with a char and then
accept the 7bit-ASCII and not the extended 8bit-ASCII, required for
european languages.

      Michael CHELLE  
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