[OS X TeX] Re: [OS X TeX, OT] Re: MacOSX-TeX Digest, Vol 44, Issue 17
vivrii at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 16:36:20 CEST 2011
On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 10:17 AM, Berend Hasselman <bhh at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> On 26-06-2011, at 04:15, Mark Lim wrote:
>> I am using a new mac mini hooked up to large 24 inch LCD HDMI screen for my work.
>> I am also starting to use TeXShop.
>> I need some help and working advice on installation of GNUPLOT. I had Octave up.
> I too was waiting to see who would answer. Gnuplot is not really a subject for this list.
> My apologies.
> I have installed the AquaTerm 1.0.1 framework in /Library/Frameworks (standard place).
Get 1.1.0 as 1.0.1 does not work with 10.6
If you compile gnuplot 4.4.3
after you install AT 1.1.0 the default terminal will be aqua
Alternatively you can get a binary with Octave 3.4.0
but it will use X11 (aqua will not be available). But X11 is also very decent.
PS As gnuplot needed for extended features in pgf/tikz it is not exactly OT
> It is 32 bits.
> Gnuplot can be compiled with explicit -m32 or -arch i386 options.
> All libraries needed by Gnuplot and that I compile are built as static libraries (only libgd and libjpeg are needed all other libraries are in Mac OS X). So my Gnuplot doesn't need private frameworks and .dylib dynamic libraries. I generate a Gnuplot.app using Platypus.
> Works well and no DY_LD... convolutions are needed.
> There now appears to be an AquaTerm 1.1.0 that is both 32 and 64 bit enabled (see http://sourceforge.net/projects/aquaterm/files/).
> I have tried it with my privately compiled Gnuplot. It seems to work but it doesn't clear the plot area before plotting a next plot. And the gnuplot clear command has no effect. Thus plots are superimposed on each other making a mess.
> I have sent a message to the aquaterm users list.
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