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Re: Legend.m (Was: Alternative to gset nokey;)

From: Dmitri A. Sergatskov
Subject: Re: Legend.m (Was: Alternative to gset nokey;)
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 11:43:28 -0600
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Quentin Spencer wrote:
Dmitri A. Sergatskov wrote:

Please find attached a version of legend.m modified to
use new __gnuplot_... interface.
Also attached is the diff against current (2005-04-15)
version from cvs.

I could check this into CVS, but this will break backward compatibility with older versions of octave. Are we willing to do that? Do we want to branch the CVS as has been done with octave? There are a lot of functions in octave-forge that need this kind of work ("grep -r gset *" returns a list too long to count, though I'm sure legend is by far the most widely used function affected by this).

I have changed some time ago all octave-forge plot utils to use new
interface. The diff is at:


There are few problems with the diff (in particular with legend.m,
that is why I posted this update). I am am about to do an updated
diff (in particular I am changing __gnuplot_set__ to __gnuplot_raw__
wherever it possible), but the existing one is reasonable already.


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