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Re: Save a plot to .ps

From: Daniel Heiserer
Subject: Re: Save a plot to .ps
Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 08:17:30 +0200

address@hidden wrote:
> On 28-May-1999, Thomas Hoffmann <address@hidden> wrote:
> | Because we do start with a known terminal type (x11, pm or so) on
> | any system
> We do?  Octave doesn't know about any terminal setting commands that
> might happen to be in a user's .gnuplot file.

Well then octave should know! (I think)
gnuplot is ocatve's client so it is just fair to know his settings.

> | and then change this only by means of gset terminal ...,
> | it could be possible to keep track of the actual terminal type by
> | introducing a "gnuplot_terminal" variable in octave which is changed
> | with every call of gset terminal and can be used by an eventual
> | print function ...
> This part is already (partially) done, so that if someone does a `gset
> term ...' and then gnuplot dies, the terminal type is restored when
> gnuplot is restarted.  But the internal value is not initialized to
> anything, because Octave doesn't know what the initial value of the
> terminal type should be.
> jwe

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                                 Daniel Heiserer
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