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RE: Tests from Windows users and MXE build requested

From: John Guin
Subject: RE: Tests from Windows users and MXE build requested
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:50:12 -0700

I ran this on Windows 8.1 and saw the blue circles, axes and grid.  A PNG of
it is here:!19435&authkey=!AEbSw5

Trying to save as an eps file gave me this error, though:
print ("-depsc", "testplot.eps")
warning: print.m: epstool binary is not available.
Some output formats are not available.

If someone could nudge me in the direction to fix this, please feel free to
do so.  I am willing to help but other than using Octave for Stanford's ML
class, I have not had much other experience with it.


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Andreas Weber
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 4:22 AM
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Subject: Tests from Windows users and MXE build requested

Could you please run:

graphics_toolkit fltk
plot(sin (0:0.1:10), "o-")
grid on
print ("-depsc", "testplot.eps")

View the generated testplot.eps with GSview:
If you have inkscape you could use this too (but report which program you
have used for viewing)

Use a ghostscript version <= 9.09 from
suitable for your OS (there are 32 and 64bit versions)

Please report:
- Do you see a blue sinus line with blue circles, axes and grid in the FLTK
figure window which pops up after plot?
- Do you see all objects (axes, blue line, circles) in the generated
testplot.eps? Please report any differences.

If you see any errors please copy them verbatim. If you see differences
please report the exact version of your MXE build and where you've
downloaded it. Please also add the vendor and type of your GPU and if you
have up to date driver for your GPU installed.

Bug report pivotal for this:

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