Hi, I don't know what is wrong with Apple's X11 or with fink or fink
commander, things weren't what I expected to be.
Anyhow, I removed the gnuplot that I installed (the binary) using fink
commander. And tried Markian Hlynka's suggestion, ie. using Lee
Philippe's binaries. It still works for Terminal.app, but when I tried
to use it under Apple's X11, it could not find the program because the
binaries from philippe's site install into /usr/local/bin .
So since I'm lazy to think to fix up a link to the program from X11, I
just copied gnuplot and gnuplot_x11 into /sw/bin and voil`, it works in
both Apple's X11 and Terminal.app
The funny thing is that the binary is suppose to use aquaterm for
graphic display, but when run under Apple's X11, it uses another term
which I have no idea what's called.
Anyway, it works now. BUT I have a question, what happens when i need
to upgrade gnuplot in the future?
fink commander / fink is pretty cock-up (singaporean version of
screw-up), I mean gv under X11 is not working very well neither! I
don't know why, but when I tried to zoom out, the pages fail to
reappear properly. Why? I installed it using fink commander as usual.
Le jeudi, 22 mai 2003, ` 13:15 Europe/Paris, Tim Cutts a icrit :
Not true. I installed the binary package, and it does include the x11
driver. But then there was a new binary fink release quite recently,
On Thu, May 22, 2003 at 06:11:04AM -0400, Donal Day wrote:
I had a similar problem earlier (see archive April 25, 2003) and was
"The binary package does not include the x11 driver. Did you
install the binary package? If you install the source package, it
build the x11 driver"