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RE: can't find the gnuplot window ???

From: Philip Nienhuis
Subject: RE: can't find the gnuplot window ???
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 15:20:14 -0600

Just some vague guesses:

1. Is c:/gp371w32 in your PATH, and is is EXPORTED?

2. Maybe the line 
gnuplot_binary = 'c:/gp371w32/pgnuplot.exe'
should read
gnuplot_binary = 'c:/gp371w32/pgnuplot.exe c:/gp371w32/gnuplot.exe'

3. If this all does not help, you might try the "standard" way of
invoking pipe-gnuplot.
Please have a look at:

and look there for the pipe-gnuplot nitty-gritty.

Good luck,

Philip Nienhuis

> I installed latest octave on Windows XP and gnuplot 371w32 and when I type
> plot(10); this is what I get
> ---------------------
> Can't find the gnuplot windowwarning: broken pipe
> Can't find the gnuplot windowCan't find the gnuplot windowCan't find the
> gnuplot wind
> owoctave-2.1.35.exe:2>
> ---------------------
> I also get 4 gnuplot windows; as many as "can't find..." messages above.
> any idea how I can fix this ? running pgnuplot from the same directory start
> gnuplot correctly. I have these lines in my octaverc:
> ---------------------
> gnuplot_binary = 'c:/gp371w32/pgnuplot.exe'    %name and location of
> plotting program
> putenv('TMPDIR','c:/cygwin/tmp')                       %where gnuplot
> expects to find temporary files
> gnuplot_has_multiplot = 1                              %gnuplot 3.7.1
> supports multiplots (subplots)
> ---------------------

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