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Re: kmatplot

From: Laurent Jacques
Subject: Re: kmatplot
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 08:56:01 +0100
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On Sunday 30 March 2003 04:05, ivan wrote:
| How to use kmatplot with octave?
| I tryed kmesh, kplot after installing, kmatplot was called & run, but it
| didn't does any plots.
| Sockd is ranning, unix socket enabled in kmatplot (it uses unix socket
| for geting data from Octave or Scilab).


Does it works ?

BTW, kmatplot has forked because of the lack of development of the first 
version. Now, there is qmatplot (qmatplot announcement below) maintained by 
Jos van den Oever.


On Thursday 20 March 2003 11:27, Jos van den Oever wrote:
| Hello Kmatplot users and developers,
| Since Kmatplot has not been maintained for a year and I do not know why
| and cannot contact the author, I've decided to make a fork. It can be
| found at
| If you have any patches that improve kmatplot/qmatplot, that you would
| like to see applied, please e-mail them to me. I will try to make sure
| that small bugs and features can be added to the existing codebase.
| Best regards, Jos van den Oever
| qmatplot
| Release Name: 0.4.1
| Notes:
| The kmatplot project by Kamil Dobkowski has been inactive for a year.
| The project shows great promise, but cannot be compiled with the newest
| versions of the packages on which it depends. This release is a fork of
| the unmaintained kmatplot project named qmatplot.
| The way the autotool scritps were adapted is described at
| Changes:
| - updated the kde autotool scripts
| - adapted the and scripts
| - minor tweaks to the code to enable compilation with the newest gcc
| - change kmatplot to qmatplot everywhere
| - remove few remaining KDE dependencies

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