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Re: Plot problem in octave 3.2.4_gcc4.4.0 on Windows XP pro sp3

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: Plot problem in octave 3.2.4_gcc4.4.0 on Windows XP pro sp3
Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2010 04:15:20 +0900 (JST)


Perhaps what you met is the oct2mat octave-forge package issue.
1. Standalone ports
 1.1. Octave 3.2.4 for Windows MinGW32
  Additional important topics found after the release:

Hope the above helps.



--- "Callender, :

> Whereas I can run 3.2.3_gcc4.4.0 on this machine and plot(x,y) works fine, I 
> get a warning
> "warning: isstr is obsolete and will be removed from a future version of 
> Octave, please use
> ischar instead" when first plot(x, y) is invoked on simple row vectors.  The 
> first call returns
> without starting a gnuplot window; on a subsequent call the gnuplot window 
> starts, and shows
> cursor position info at the bottom left, but window remains busy and doesn't 
> plot.  If a newplot
> or figure command is added, the plot command hangs with the same lack of 
> anything showing in the
> gnuplot window.
> I would very much rather use the 3.2.4 since I need Matlab compatability for 
> a very limited part
> of the handle graphics.
> The precompiled binary from sourceforge shows 'Octave was configured for 
> "i686-pc-mingw32".'
> Thanks,
> Al Callender
> CTQ/CDI Aerospace 
> supporting GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy
> Physicist
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