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Re: Octave Forge functions in 3.0.0

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: Octave Forge functions in 3.0.0
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2008 16:21:52 +0900 (JST)

Dear P.J.G. Long

What is your platform is?
Graceplot is meaningless for non-unixy environments.
(Even on windows, it is meaningful for the cygwin user.)
Therefore please tell us it first.

The reply will be change according to your platform is.


   ""P.J.G. Long" <address@hidden>" wrote:
>On Feb 4 2008, Tatsuro MATSUOKA 
> Dear Tatsuro,
>    thank you for the feedback. I have been investigating further and 
>although I am getting the __gnuplot_set__ /raw warnings I think there is 
>also an interaction with octave_forge and some of the plotting functions.
> I have now installed all the packages from octave_forge and things seems 
>to have become a little more confused. Plotting a simple graph no-longer 
>shows the menu bar at the to of the gnuplot window. Trying to use 
>toggle_grace_use rsults in an error
>error: `toggle_grace_use' undefined near line 8 column 1
>uninstalling graceplot gives the following feedback
>warning: some of the packages you want to uninstall are not installed.
>however reinstalling it give no errors and the same results!
>  has anyone else seen changes to the plotting from 3.0.0 once octave_forge 
>is installed?
>  Also has anyone seen problems with Graceplot? 
> Some of my problems could be solved by rewriting code, but I would rather 
>not do this as the code is buried in a web front end that automatically 
>calls the appropriate octave analysis code and displays the results in the 
>browser captured from the gnuplot output. Thus it would probably require 
>changing most of the octave code library(gulp!)
>  Regards
>    Peter

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