"M. Tamer Özsu" tozsu at sympatico.ca
Wed Aug 13 15:07:41 CEST 2008

I am following this process, but make is giving errors. Easier to show  
the errors from make check, which produces:

Making check in config
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
Making check in m4
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
Making check in term
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
Making check in src
Making check in wxterminal
make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
g++  -g -O2   -o gnuplot  alloc.o axis.o breaders.o bitmap.o color.o  
command.o contour.o datafile.o dynarray.o eval.o fit.o gadgets.o  
getcolor.o graph3d.o graphics.o help.o hidden3d.o history.o internal.o  
interpol.o matrix.o misc.o mouse.o parse.o plot.o plot2d.o plot3d.o  
pm3d.o readline.o save.o scanner.o set.o show.o specfun.o standard.o  
stdfn.o tables.o term.o time.o unset.o util.o util3d.o variable.o  
version.o   -lreadline  -lncurses  -lz   -laquaterm  -framework  
Undefined symbols:
   "_rl_forced_update_display", referenced from:
       _restore_prompt in command.o
   "_rl_ding", referenced from:
       _alert in mouse.o
   "_history_list", referenced from:
       _write_history_list in history.o
   "_rl_complete_with_tilde_expansion", referenced from:
       _rl_complete_with_tilde_expansion$non_lazy_ptr in plot.o
ld: symbol(s) not found
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [gnuplot] Error 1
make[1]: *** [check-recursive] Error 1
make: *** [check-recursive] Error 1

M. Tamer Özsu
University of Waterloo

On Wed 13-Aug-08, at 1:19 AM, Jean-Claude DE SOZA wrote:

> Le 13 août 08 à 06:57, Michael Sharpe a écrit :
>> One way to get {\tt aquaterm} is to first install Macports, from  
>> \url{http://www.macports.org/}, then install Porticus, version 1.4  
>> or better, which acts as a front end to MacPorts. It is freeware,  
>> available from \url{http://porticus.alittledrop.com/}. Once you  
>> have Porticus, run it and select `All Ports', then `Aqua', then  
>> `aquaterm' and hit the Install button.
> Bonjour,
> You don't need to install MacPorts if you want to install Gnuplot.
> You only need to:
> - Download Aquaterm (package) from Sourceforge and install it before  
> Gnuplot.
> - Download the sources of Gnuplot 4.2 which now looks for Aquaterm  
> before the compilation and install it. (./configure   make  sudo  
> make install).
> Gnuplot installs in your texmf-local directory in tex/latex/gnuplot  
> a config file.
> You don't need anymore to set the terminal in Gnuplot manually to  
> Aqua; it is done automatically by Gnuplot itself.
> Regards,
> Jean-Claude DE SOZA
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