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Re: Preserve and embed font

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: Preserve and embed font
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2014 11:43:06 +0900 (JST)

----- Original Message -----
>From: Dmitri A. Sergatskov 
>To: dkeck 
>Cc: Octave users list 
>Date: 2014/8/31, Sun 06:33
>Subject: Re: Preserve and embed font
>On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 12:37 PM, dkeck wrote:
>Dmitri A. Sergatskov wrote
>>> ​Try "-dpngcairo" instead of "-dpng" (with gnuplot )
>>error: print.m: 'PNGCAIRO' output is not available for gnuplot-4.6.4
>>or for PDF:
>>error: print.m: 'PDFCAIRO' output is not available for gnuplot-4.6.4
>​That is a shame. According to gnuplot developers cairo-based terminals 
>are preferred ones.
>In any case on sourceforge has those terminals compiled in.

The gnuplot bundles with octave-3.8 for windows (MXE build) 
only have features build-in terminals.
(The gd and cairo based terminals are omitted.)

If you would like to use the -dpngcairo option the octave 3.8 (MXE), 
you have to use gnuplot 4.6.5 acquired from gnuplot official site.

Binary packages for Windows
    gp465-win32-setup.exe   Windows binary installer         Windows binary zip package

I recommend that you install windows binary to the folder the name of
which does not include white spaces. (e.g. C:\programs\gnuplot).

If you install the gnuplot to C:\programs\gnuplot,
please set gnuplot_binary as:


in an octave startup file.



(Assuming that you are using octave-3.8.1. 
Please modify the location at your install.)

# Note that the gnuplot 5.0(latest rc2) is not recommended for the 

  compatibility issue.


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