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Re: How to run .m file from delphi o visual basic

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: How to run .m file from delphi o visual basic
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2010 18:44:29 +0900 (JST)


Please note that windows users are not major in this list. If you would not 
like to get further reply
here.  It is better to ask vb related ML or forum. As far as I know, shell 
function and CreateProcess
in vb do not support the redirection.  It might be reason why you cannot use 
gnuplot from vb. (But I
do not have any confidence.)

Another possible choice is to use the wsh. 

BTW, pipe on window is slower than that of the cygwin. Octave uses pipe to 
commutate with gnuplot. 
The graphic performance is bad because of slowness of the pipe on windows (at 
least windows XP. I do
have win vista nor 7 so that I do not know how is performance of pipe on the 
new OS. )  Therefore I
sometimes execute gnuplot script from octave using system command.



--- aleksandra wrote:

> Hi,
> I've found a solution, if there is anybody else with same problem, parts of
> this code are really useful
> But I need a little bit of help still. This solution for connecting visual
> basic and octave works fine if it is just connection of the two of them, but
> maybe it would be good if I use octave for plotting, so that way octave is
> piping gnuplot and that's not working with this code. Do any have idea why?
> Or is there an easy solution to improve code? If it is too demanding it is
> going to be enough just to have data from octave and plotting I am going to
> do other way.
> Thanks,
> Aleksandra
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