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Re: gnuplot, ignore if tired of thread

From: Thomas Walter
Subject: Re: gnuplot, ignore if tired of thread
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 17:26:39 +0200

>>>>> "David" == David Doolin <address@hidden> writes:


    David> No, it's not, really, because gnuplot will become slowly irrelevant
    David> over the next several years.  But, under a better license (GPL),
    David> gnuplot could be easily extended.  I already mentioned embedding 
    David> in GTK or QT widgets.  Another area for improvement would be 
    David> libreadline and libhistory linking, which would vastly improve 
    David> the cli.  And it would be very inconvenient to rewrite several 
    David> years of plotting scripts if gnuplot eventually dies. 

what version do you use?  libreadline and libhistory are both used at
least with UN*X and L*NUX.
But you have to write the '~/.inputrc' yourself if you use L*NUX from
RedHat or SuSe.  Other systems I donn't know.


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