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Re: pslatex terminal output--Problem identified.

From: Petr Mikulik
Subject: Re: pslatex terminal output--Problem identified.
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 15:59:34 -0500

I can't seem to reproduce the problem with a recent CVS version so
that's good.

The (e)pslatex drivers have been completely rewritten for 4.1.

But the problem with sticky terminal options remains.  For
non-interactive use by programs like Octave, it would be very helpful
if there were some way to push and pop all settings, not just some of
them.  That way, the application that is driving gnuplot does not have
to keep track of the complete history of all option settings when
making a temporary change.

That would require the previously proposed "unset termoptions".

Another thing that would be very useful would be a way to query
individual settings.  Parsing text output would be OK, provided that
it is easy to do that (i.e., the output is structured in some way, not
some natural language thing) and the format does not change.

Do you mean  gget.m  from octave-forge?
It works OK.


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