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Re: Need a clue about compile failure in 2.1.13

From: Joao Cardoso
Subject: Re: Need a clue about compile failure in 2.1.13
Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 21:36:45 +0000

Thomas Walter wrote:
> >>>>> "Scott" == O Scott Sands <address@hidden> writes:
> [snip]
>     Scott> ....back to plplot ...
>     Scott> oss
> Hello
> I got it 'plplot-990122' together with 'octave-' without
> TK/TCL, only the Xwin driver.
> The only piece which does not work is the plotting of the symbols.  It
> does not find the fonts, I guess.

You mean the `x07c.m' octave script in the demos directory? A line is
missing: after plinit() add plfontld(1); you should now see all the
symbols. If that don't work, try compiling x07c.c in the demos directory
and check if you can see the fonts. If not, then you have an instalation

Also, try: title("#gS#u5#d#b#dn=1#u"); plot(sin(1:10))

> For those who may be interested in compiling for Linux:

I will forward your compile/installation complains to the plplot list,

>   2) mkoctfile complains about not having a rule to work with
>           octave_value (int &)
>     work around: convert each int-argument in to
>     'double' with a cast.

strange... I will check it. But I am using the octave-2.1.x series and a
more recent version of plplot_octave-0.4 (not yet released).


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