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  • Ethan A Merritt committed [40e379]

    let 'stats <foo> nooutput' suppress warning message if there is no <foo>

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [54c7c6]

    handle blank title in toggle command

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2345

    A heap buffer overflow in loadpath_handler

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2344

    A heap buffer overflow in toggle_command

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2343

    A heap buffer overflow in enhanced_recursion

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #2343

    I cannot reproduce this

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #2345

    Lô đề số Cannot reproduce this. Why is strchr() reading 2 bytes at a time rather than 1? clib error?

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #2344

    Minimal: plot x toggle ''

  • Tai Yue Tai Yue created ticket #2346

    A heap buffer overflow in load_file

  • Tai Yue Tai Yue created ticket #2345

    A heap buffer overflow in loadpath_handler

  • Tai Yue Tai Yue created ticket #2344

    Lô đề số A heap buffer overflow in toggle_command

  • Tai Yue Tai Yue posted a comment on ticket #2343

    Lô đề số Sorry, last Poc file is not corresponding to this bug. The corrected file is here.

  • Tai Yue Tai Yue created ticket #2343

    A heap buffer overflow in enhanced_recursion

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [a74e31]

    ignore mangled unicode escape sequence

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [9fe1f0]

    contour labels were not honoring "nopoint" flag LP_SHOW_POINTS

  • Bastian Märkisch Bastian Märkisch posted a comment on ticket #256

    Great! Thank you. That should be sufficient info to sort this out. I'll have a look on the weekend.

  • Markus Markus modified a comment on ticket #256

    I downloaded the source code and built it successfully with MinGW and kinda have a workspace in VS code to debug gnuplot.exe with gdb. The crash happens in wd2d.cpp:d2dResize(LPGW lpgw, RECT rect) at this call: lpgw->pDXGISwapChain->ResizeBuffers(0, 0, 0, DXGI_FORMAT_UNKNOWN, 0); An exception is raised here becauselpgw->pDXGISwapChain is null. It is null because in wd2d.cpp:d2dCreateDeviceSwapChainBitmap(LPGW lpgw) the call to dxgiFactory->CreateSwapChainForHwnd(g_pDirect3dDevice, lpgw->hGraph, &props,...

  • Markus Markus modified a comment on ticket #256

    I downloaded the source code and built it successfully with MinGW and kinda have a workspace in VS code to debug gnuplot.exe with gdb. The crash happens in wd2d.cpp:d2dResize(LPGW lpgw, RECT rect) at this call: lpgw->pDXGISwapChain->ResizeBuffers(0, 0, 0, DXGI_FORMAT_UNKNOWN, 0); An exception is raised here becauselpgw->pDXGISwapChain is null. It is null because in wd2d.cpp:d2dCreateDeviceSwapChainBitmap(LPGW lpgw) the call to dxgiFactory->CreateSwapChainForHwnd(g_pDirect3dDevice, lpgw->hGraph, &props,...

  • Markus Markus posted a comment on ticket #256

    Lô đề số I downloaded the source code and built it successfully with MinGW and kinda have a workspace in VS code to debug gnuplot.exe with gdb. The crash happens in wd2d.cpp:d2dResize(LPGW lpgw, RECT rect) at this call: lpgw->pDXGISwapChain->ResizeBuffers(0, 0, 0, DXGI_FORMAT_UNKNOWN, 0); An exception is raised here becauselpgw->pDXGISwapChain is null. It is null because in wd2d.cpp:d2dCreateDeviceSwapChainBitmap(LPGW lpgw) the call to dxgiFactory->CreateSwapChainForHwnd(g_pDirect3dDevice, lpgw->hGraph, &props,...

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [f1f2e9]

    Lô đề số prevent invalid memory free operation on error exit from boxplot

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [189a65]

    Lô đề số contour labels were not honoring "nopoint" flag LP_SHOW_POINTS

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    I'm currently using a wrapper of gnuplot in a high level language and using it to make a jupyter notebook tutorial. The tutorial involves a lot of 3d plots, so interactivity is important! It'll also be a tutorial to gnuplot basics and how to use it to plot data!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Also, qt has webassembly support now... http://www.qt.io/qt-examples-for-webassembly From the site WebAssembly WebAssembly is a bytecode representation that is meant to be targeted by high-level programming languages such as C++ and to be executed inside a virtual machine in a browser. From Qt's perspective, WebAssembly is just another target platform. Starting with Qt 5.13.0, it is an officially supported target platform for selected, relevant modules. You can download the binary builds on Linux,...

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    I'm kinda using gnuplot in making a jupyter notebook tutorial... I'm using a wrapper for Gnuplot in a high level language for now... Naturally we can use the Jupyter notebooks, or IDE like VSCode, but the way we get it is in the exported image format... which kills interactive fuctionalities... The tutorial has a bit of 3d figures so interactivity would be important, and using sliders one can implement them, one slider for x and z axis each. But the slider is heavily inefficient.... Ofcourse I've...

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    I'm kinda using gnuplot in making a jupyter notebook tutorial... I'm using a wrapper for Gnuplot in a high level language for now... Naturally we can use the Jupyter notebooks, or IDE like VSCode, but the way we get it is in the exported image format... which kills interactive fuctionalities... The tutorial has a bit of 3d figures so interactivity would be important, and using sliders one can implement them, one slider for x and z axis each. But the slider is heavily inefficient.... Ofcourse I've...

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    Also, qt has webassembly support now... http://www.qt.io/qt-examples-for-webassembly From the site WebAssembly WebAssembly is a bytecode representation that is meant to be targeted by high-level programming languages such as C++ and to be executed inside a virtual machine in a browser. From Qt's perspective, WebAssembly is just another target platform. Starting with Qt 5.13.0, it is an officially supported target platform for selected, relevant modules. You can download the binary builds on Linux,...

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    I'm kinda using gnuplot in making a jupyter... I'm using a wrapper for Gnuplot in a high level language for now... Naturally we can use the Jupyter notebooks, or IDE like VSCode, but the way we get it is in the exported image format... which kills interactive fuctionalities... The tutorial has a bit of 3d figures so interactivity would be important, and using sliders one can implement them, one slider for x and z axis each. But the slider is heavily inefficient.... Ofcourse I've options for a few...

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified a comment on ticket #515

    What would be the point? It would be less capable that existing interactive terminals. FWIW, I use gnuplot as a back end for several of my web sites. Gnuplot creates a set of images (svg or png) and a dynamically created web page displays them. No changes to gnuplot needed. But they are only intereactive to the extent that the svg image is accompanied by javascript for mousing. That gets back to the original question, right?

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #515

    What would be the point? It would be less capable that existing interactive terminals. FWIW, I use gnuplot as a back end for several of my web sites. Gnuplot creates a set of images (svg or png) and a dynamically created web page displays them. No changes to gnuplot needed.

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    The above would be a satisfactory solution and would kinda solve the rotation problem too, until the core functionality of gnuplot can be compiled using webasm(which'd probably take a few years...). @sfeam or any other devs, If it can't be done, feel free to close this feature request!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    The above would be a satisfactory solution, until the core functionality of gnuplot can be compiled using webasm(which'd probably take a few years...). @sfeam or any other devs, If it can't be done, feel free to close this feature request!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số @sfeam For now, how bout something like a terminal for web? It'll be connected to gnuplot in the system? As soon as one shuts down gnuplot, the image will disappear too. Same functionality as the qt terminal, just on a browser! Can this be done? Should I open a new feature request for it? Something like, set terminal web and splot() or plot() would open my browser instead of qt terminal

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #512

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    gnuplot.respawned.com is a js version of gnuplot right? Thanks! I'll try tinkering with it! Also, right now emscripten provides wasm compilation too! I think the site or the github project use js and not wasm (as it says 2014 and wasm was released in 2017). wasm is a lot faster, comes close to native speed! Anyway! Thanks for the help! Especially, its great knowing that something like gnuplot-js exists!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số @sfeam For now, how bout something like a terminal for web? It'll be connected to gnuplot in the system? As soon as one shuts down gnuplot, the image will disappear too. Same functionality as the qt terminal, just on a browser! Can this be done? Should I open a new feature request for it?

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2341

    Build of documentation fails

  • Stefan Husmann Stefan Husmann modified a comment on ticket #2341

    Lô đề số What I do ist this: ./prepare TERMLIBS='-lX11' ./configure --prefix=/usr \ --libexecdir=/usr/lib \ --with-gihdir=/usr/share/gnuplot \ --with-texdir=/usr/share/texmf \ --with-readline=gnu \ --disable-wxwidgets \ --enable-kpsexpand \ --with-qt=qt5 make pkglibexecdir=/usr/bin Edit: Oops, I also had make install install-info at the install step. Removing install-info target fixes the build. Sorry for the noise.

  • Stefan Husmann Stefan Husmann posted a comment on ticket #2341

    What I do ist this: ./prepare TERMLIBS='-lX11' ./configure --prefix=/usr \ --libexecdir=/usr/lib \ --with-gihdir=/usr/share/gnuplot \ --with-texdir=/usr/share/texmf \ --with-readline=gnu \ --disable-wxwidgets \ --enable-kpsexpand \ --with-qt=qt5 make pkglibexecdir=/usr/bin

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số Its a gnuplot.respawned.com is a js version of gnuplot right? Thanks! I'll try tinkering with it! Also, right now emscripten provides wasm compilation too! I think the site or the github project use js and not wasm (as it says 2014 and wasm was released in 2017). wasm is a lot faster, comes close to native speed! Anyway! Thanks for the help! Especially, its great knowing that something like gnuplot-js exists!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số So gnuplot.respawned.com is kinda web based version of gnuplot? Is there a way I can use it in a website or something? I can use two sliders (with 0:360) and use them with view(v1,v2) somehow! I can already do that! The only problem being, when they get converted to html, the connection with gnuplot breaks, and the slider is not associated with the plot anymore....

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số So gnuplot.respawned.com is kinda web based version of gnuplot? Is there a way I can use it in a website or something? I can use two sliders (with 0:360) and use them with view(v1,v2) somehow! I can already do that! The only problem being, when they get converted to html, the connection with gnuplot breaks, and the slider is not associated with the graph anymore....

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    So gnuplot.respawned.com is kinda web based version of gnuplot? Is there a way I can use it in a website or something? I can use two sliders (with 0:360) and use them with view(v1,v2) somehow! I can already do that! The only problem being, when they get converted to html, the connection with gnuplot breaks, and the graph is not interactive anymore!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    So gnuplot.respawned.com is kinda web based version of gnuplot? Is there a way I can use it in a website or something? I can use two sliders (with 0:360) and use them with view(v1,v2) somehow!

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số That was the link I provided in response to your other query: http://gnuplot.respawned.com/

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số I totally understand. Thank you! May I ask if gnuplot (C program itself) can just be compiled using webasm? The compiled version available separately, for the web? http://webassembly.org/ http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/WebAssembly/C_to_wasm Would that make gnuplots web application, with a few minor tweaks? Pardon me if I'm wrong, although its just a thought. Kindly check it out, if possible.😅

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #515

    I 100% agree with you that if one were starting today to write a plotting program it would be important to consider both web-based interaction and 3D plotting. But gnuplot was designed and implemented more than 30 years ago. 3D displays did not exist. The web did not exist. From the outset gnuplot tried to support a wide range of output devices, but 30 years ago that meant pen plotters, character cell terminals, and a few exotic options like PostScript. It took a lot of work to retro-fit things that...

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #514

    rotate option for svg terminal?

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    Anyway to have interactive plots on the web would do! I've given a few suggestions above, but the choice of method is completely the maker's choice! Again, its really important to have that feature at the current moment, for GNUPLOT. Also, if possible, the 3d image made should be completely independent of gnuplot to embed it in websites. Thank you!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số Among those, d3.js(which plotly is using) http://d3js.org or gITF using WebGL http://github.com/KhronosGroup/glTF/blob/master/README.md look the most promising. d3.js especially as its tried and tested Might be worth giving wasm a look as well! http://webassembly.org/

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số Among those, d3.js(which plotly is using) http://d3js.org or gITF using WebGL http://github.com/KhronosGroup/glTF/blob/master/README.md look the most promising. d3.js especially as its tried and tested A question: can gnuplot be rebuilt for web with wasm somehow? http://webassembly.org/

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Among those, d3.js(which plotly is using) http://d3js.org or gITF using WebGL http://github.com/KhronosGroup/glTF/blob/master/README.md look the most promising. d3.js especially as its tried and tested

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #515

    Lô đề số Among those, d3.js(which plotly is using) (http://d3js.org/) or gITF using WebGL (http://github.com/KhronosGroup/glTF/blob/master/README.md) look the most promising. d3.js especially as its tried and tested

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #515

    Among those, gITF using WebGL or d3.js(which plotly is using) look the most promising.

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan modified a comment on ticket #514

    Well, its not possible with svg so, I guess my question is answered. I've opened a new feature request for web based plots on #515. @sfeam, kindly close this request.

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan created ticket #515

    support for d3.js, X3D, gITF or GeoTIFF image formats for interactive web plotting? (rotation using mouse and x,y and z coordinates on the mouse cursor for 3d plots)

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #514

    Should I post a feature request for, support for d3.js, X3D, gITF or GeoTIFF file format for interactive web plotting? Interactive plots on the web are a really important aspect of plotting, as of 2020! gnuplot is really feature rich but its hard to choose it over other plotting programs, especially when you've to make presentations and so.

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #512

    Any update to this? Sounds like a great idea! Interactive web plots are very important as of present, and canvas and svg are both very limited!

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #514

    Lô đề số maybe you can do something with html canvas?

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #514

    Cant we somehow calculate and save all that rotation information beforehand, in some file?

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #514

    I can give a pointer to another approach to running gnuplot in a browser, but I think the existing version for that project doesn't include mouse-driven rotation either. Arrow keys maybe: http://gnuplot.respawned.com/

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #514

    Lô đề số No way to pre calculate all that rotation/angle information and store it as javascript or something, using gnuplot?

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan posted a comment on ticket #514

    Lô đề số Any other way/terminal to get this "rotate plots on web" functionality from gnuplot?

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #514

    Lô đề số If you mean viewpoint rotation of a 3D plot, then no it is not possible. That requires recalculating the plot at each incremental change in view angle, which is done by the core code in the gnuplot executable. By the time you are viewing an svg file, gnuplot's part in generating it is over. If you mean 2D rotation so that for instance the horizontal axis is now vertical, that could be done by adding a snippet of javascript code to the included file gnuplot_svg.js. You could experiment with that yourself;...

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified a comment on ticket #2339

    Ignore mangled unicode escape sequence.

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2339

    Lô đề số heap-buffer-overflow

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [c80f6c]

    Lô đề số ignore mangled unicode escape sequence

  • Cheatan Vardhan Cheatan Vardhan created ticket #514

    Lô đề số rotate option for svg terminal?

  • Morten MacFly Morten MacFly posted a comment on ticket #256

    Thanks for the hint to the download! I can confirm, however, that on my machine (Win10, x64, 64 bit OS + Gnuplot) its the same bevaviour: windows terminal immediate close, wxt + qt terminal works.

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #2339

    binary garbage in quoted string. Not an interesting bug.

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2338

    SEGV on eval_link_function (axis.c:2412)

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #2338

    I can't reproduce this.

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2342

    Lô đề số [5.5] "title at" overwrites position of all subsequent key entries

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [1bce00]

    Lô đề số New time format %tD that encodes days relative to time 0

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [4ab20a]

    preserve key position across a singleton plot with "title $foo at x,y"

  • Ethan A Merritt committed [56c526]

    preserve key position across a singleton plot with "title $foo at x,y"

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #2341

    The creation of info documentation has not been supported by gnuplot for a long time now. To the best of my knowledge it is no longer present in any of the default build targets, although it is true that the hooks are still in the Makefile. The intent there was that if a 3rd-party project wanted to generate emacs/info files they can be installed along with the gnuplot automake generated files. But I do not know if there are any such 3rd-party projects that remain active. I cannot figure out from...

  • Maxim Gawrilow Maxim Gawrilow modified ticket #2342

    [5.5] "title at" overwrites position of all subsequent key entries

  • Maxim Gawrilow Maxim Gawrilow created ticket #2342

    Lô đề số [5.5] "title at" overwrites position of all subsequent key entries

  • Stefan Husmann Stefan Husmann modified ticket #2341

    Build of documentation fails

  • Stefan Husmann Stefan Husmann created ticket #2341

    Lô đề số Build of documentation fails

  • liuchenyifan liuchenyifan created ticket #2340

    SEGV on __GI_mempcpy (vg_replace_strmem.c:1537)

  • liuchenyifan liuchenyifan modified ticket #2339

    Lô đề số heap-buffer-overflow

  • liuchenyifan liuchenyifan created ticket #2339

    Lô đề số heap-buffer-overflow

  • liuchenyifan liuchenyifan created ticket #2338

    SEGV on eval_link_function (axis.c:2412)

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt posted a comment on ticket #2274

    This is actually a separate issue. The original issue was due to failed scaling on the y2 axis when the y2 axis was not even used by the plot. That was an easy fix. This is a more subtle issue that has always been present whether or not you noticed it. The issue here is that mousing is handled by the core code. When you say set logscale the core code switches to interpreting mouse coordinates in log scale even though the previous non-log-scale plot is still showing on your screen. At this point if...

  • Ethan Merritt Ethan Merritt modified ticket #2274

    Lô đề số qt terminal set logscale breaks zoom

  • Hiroki Motoyoshi Hiroki Motoyoshi modified a comment on ticket #785

    A new patch has been created (gnuplot_colorbox_v2.0.patch). This patch handles three different types of color gradients in the palette. To store the color gradient types, I added a new member (gradation_type) to sm_palette. When plotting, sm_palette.gradation_type has one of the following values: SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_SMOOTH (Smooth gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_DISCRETE (Discrete gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_MIXED (Smooth and discrete mixed gradient) I have created a function (check_palette_gradient_type)...

  • Hiroki Motoyoshi Hiroki Motoyoshi modified a comment on ticket #785

    A new patch has been created (gnuplot_colorbox_v2.0.patch). This patch handles three different types of color gradients in the palette. To store the color gradient types, I added a new member (gradation_type) to sm_palette. When plotting, sm_palette.gradation_type has one of the following values: SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_SMOOTH (Smooth gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_DISCRETE (Discrete gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_MIXED (Smooth and discrete mixed gradient) I have created a function (check_palette_gradient_type)...

  • rpha rpha posted a comment on ticket #2274

    hi Ethan, this bug still seems to be a thing in "Version 5.4 patchlevel 0 last modified 2020-07-13" running Debian testing, reproducable in this order: gnuplot> set term qt gnuplot> plot x*x gnuplot> set logscale **then select a rectangle using the mouse in the plot window.** gnuplot> warning: could not confirm linked axis inverse mapping function y axis min/max 0 100 data_min/max 0.010203 100 set_min/max nan nan link: primary y primary y axis min/max nan 2 data_min/max 0.010203 100 set_min/max nan...

  • Markus Markus posted a comment on ticket #256

    Lô đề số Yes I used gp540-win64-mingw.exe. What I did: > set terminal windows > plot x => The plot window shows completely white and closes immediately. gnuplot.exe exits as well. wxt and qt terminals are s working. windows terminal is not. It is the same for gnuplot.exe, wgnuplot.exe and wgnuplot_pipes.exe. I did several installs and uninstalls. In gp528-win64-mingw.exe it was still working. There is no '%APPDATA%\wgnuplot.ini' file. It does not look like a DLL mismatch problem to me. Here is the trace right...

  • Hiroki Motoyoshi Hiroki Motoyoshi modified a comment on ticket #785

    Lô đề số A new patch has been created (gnuplot_colorbox_v2.0.patch). This patch handles three different types of color gradients in the palette. To store the color gradient types, I added a new member (gradation_type) to sm_palette. When plotting, sm_palette.gradation_type has one of the following values: SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_SMOOTH (Smooth gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_DISCRETE (Discrete gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_MIXED (Smooth and discrete mixed gradient) I have created a function (check_palette_gradient_type)...

  • Hiroki Motoyoshi Hiroki Motoyoshi posted a comment on ticket #785

    Lô đề số A new patch has been created (gnuplot_colorbox_v2.0.patch). This patch handles three different types of color gradients in the palette. To store the color gradient types, I added a new member (gradation_type) to sm_palette. When plotting, sm_palette.gradation_type has one of the following values: SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_SMOOTH (Smooth gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_DISCRETE (Discrete gradient) SMPAL_GRADIENT_TYPE_MIXED (Smooth and discrete mixed gradient) I have created a function (check_palette_gradient_type)...

  • Bastian Märkisch Bastian Märkisch posted a comment on ticket #256

    Lô đề số Sorry to hear that. Did you use the installer gp540-win64-mingw.exe? That is 5.4.0 really, although it might say "rc2". There's no LOG file unfortunately. What exactly where you doing? Open wgnuplot with terminal set to "windows" and "plot x"? Do the "qt" or "wxt" terminals work? Or does it crash immediately? If yes, could you please try uninstalling and reinstalling again? I am suspecting a DLL clash. It may also be that there are incompatible DLLs with the same name in your PATH. Do you have an...

  • Mathias Zechmeister Mathias Zechmeister posted a comment on ticket #505

    Lô đề số Qt and wxt windows have already a button for export to and copy to clipboard. It would be nice, when snapshot would do the same from command line/script.

  • Mathias Zechmeister Mathias Zechmeister created ticket #513

    Lô đề số mouse and key binding for zoom and pan

  • Markus Markus posted a comment on ticket #256

    I installed 5.4-rc2 and now the Windows terminal won't open. You can see the window opening and closing immediately. No error messages or anything. Is there a debug log file or something to provide helpful information about this issue?

  • Mathias Zechmeister Mathias Zechmeister created ticket #512

    better web graphics with terminal d3.js

  • Markus Markus posted a comment on ticket #256

    Ok I only tried MSVC ... Thanks for the link!

  • Bastian Märkisch Bastian Märkisch posted a comment on ticket #256

    Building gnuplot on Windows in fact is rather straightforward using MSYS2/Mingw64. Instructions can be found here: [#199].

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