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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #44187] Bugs and modifications in print() with

From: Rik
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #44187] Bugs and modifications in print() with gnuplot graphics toolkit
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2015 00:28:40 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #6, bug #44187 (project octave):

For comment #5, yes, mono must produce grayscale output.  That needs to be
changed since I also get a green background when attempting grayscale

Some other things I see:

    terminals_with_mono = {"cairolatex", "cgm", "context", "corel", ...
                                    "emf", "epscairo", "epslatex", "fig", ...
                           "mp", "pcl5", "pdfcairo", "pngcairo", "postscript",
                           "pslatex", "pstex", "tgif", "tikz"};
    terminals_with_color = {"cairolatex", "cgm", "context", "corel", ...
                           "eepic", "emf", "epscairo", "epslatex", "fig", ...
                           "mp", "pcl5", "pdfcairo", "pngcairo", "postscript",
                           "pslatex", "pstex", "tgif", "tikz"};

"emf" should be in line with the other terminal types.  The variables starting
with "eepic" should be 1 character over to align inside the '{' grouping.

For Matlab compatibility, the postscript options without 'c' should produce
black and white so this part of the cset should be reverted.

   if (arg_st.use_color == 0)
-    if (any (strcmp ({"ps", "ps2", "eps", "eps2"}, arg_st.devopt)))
-      arg_st.use_color = -1;
-    else
-      arg_st.use_color = 1;
-    endif
+    arg_st.use_color = 1;


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