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Re: Legend help

From: Quentin Spencer
Subject: Re: Legend help
Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2006 14:47:19 -0600
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Ron Crummett wrote:
Quentin Spencer wrote:
Ron Crummett wrote:
That sounds like a good idea. But is legend.m in the Octave distribution? I downloaded 2.9.9 and unpacked it but didn't see a legend function. I did find one in the Octave-forge release but I am using the most recent version of that, and have this problem.

If there are other methods I'm willing to try them, but may need some pointers on setting things up.

The legend function was fixed in octave-forge CVS shortly after the most recent release. The attached patch fixes it:
Thanks. One more question: I have never applied a patch before; how do I do it?

On most unix-like systems, it is done with the patch command. If you are in the directory where legend.m is located, then

patch -p2 <octave-forge-2006.07.09-legend.patch

should do it. If you run into problems, for a small patch like this, it is pretty easy to just hand edit the file if necessary, where you remove the lines that begin with - and add the lines beginning with +.


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