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Posted 27 days ago by Alan W. Irwin
PLplot-5.13.0 is the latest release of PLplot. This cross-platform software package is suitable for creating scientific plots whose (UTF-8) plot symbols and text (in virtually all human languages and scripts) are limited in practice only by what ... [More] Unicode-aware system fonts are installed on a user's computer. The PLplot software, which is primarily licensed under the LGPL, has a clean architecture that is organized as a core C library, separate computer language bindings for that library, and separate device drivers that are dynamically loaded by the core library which control how the plots are presented in noninteractive and interactive plotting contexts. This release of PLplot-5.13.0 represents the ongoing efforts of the PLplot community to improve this software, and we encourage all users to upgrade to this version since this is the only version we support. Highlights of the release include the following: Bug fixes The Python binding and examples now work for both Python 2 and 3 Change the Fortran naming convention Fix many "space in prefix" issues Complete rewrite of IPC between -dev wxwidgets and wxPLViewer Implement a new Windows GDI (wingdi) device driver Implement new Python extension module to support pytkdemo Fix OCaml inconsistencies for example 8 Improve the implementation of the OCaml binding PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes (which summarize the backwards incompatibilities and which give further details about the highlights of this release) and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/5.13.0%20Source is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted 8 months ago by Alan W. Irwin
PLplot-5.12.0 is the latest release of PLplot. This cross-platform software package is suitable for creating scientific plots whose (UTF-8) plot symbols and text (in virtually all human languages and scripts) are limited in practice only by what ... [More] Unicode-aware system fonts are installed on a user's computer. The PLplot software, which is primarily licensed under the LGPL, has a clean architecture that is organized as a core C library, separate computer language bindings for that library, and separate device drivers that are dynamically loaded by the core library which control how the plots are presented in noninteractive and interactive plotting contexts. This release of PLplot-5.12.0 represents the ongoing efforts of the PLplot community to improve this software, and we encourage all users to upgrade to this version since this is the only version we support. Highlights of the release include the following: Bug fixes Rewrite the CMake Ada language support Rewrite the Fortran binding Supply old Fortran binding and examples option Backwards incompatibilities introduced by the new Fortran binding Examples reworked for the -DPL_DOUBLE=OFF case Changes to our Ada bindings and examples Changes to our tclmatrix library Backwards-incompatible changes to our Tcl/Tk bindings and examples Substantial rewrite of the DocBook documentation Default page size consistency Updated D language support Modernized build-system support for Qt4 and Qt5 Implemented support for pyqt5 Addressed -DPL_DOUBLE=OFF issues Replaced "Lena" with "Chloe" Removed trailing blanks on most text files in our source tree Make our wxwidgets find module consistent with the official version for CMake-3.7.1 Introduction of two new generic pointer types to help protect against a planned future C API breakage Introduction of additional self-describing names for the types of arguments used in our C API Implement submission of dashboards to the cdash server Substantial update and rename of the Python examples Linux efficiency improvements for the wxwidgets device driver PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes (which summarizes the backwards incompatibilities and which gives further details about the highlights of this release) and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/5.12.0%20Source is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
PLplot-5.11.1 is the latest release of PLplot. This cross-platform software package is suitable for creating scientific plots whose (UTF-8) plot symbols and text (in virtually all human languages and scripts) are limited in practice only by what ... [More] Unicode-aware system fonts are installed on a user's computer. The PLplot software, which is primarily licensed under the LGPL, has a clean architecture that is organized as a core C library, separate computer language bindings for that library, and separate device drivers that are dynamically loaded by the core library which control how the plots are presented in noninteractive and interactive plotting contexts. This release of PLplot-5.11.1 represents the ongoing efforts of the PLplot community to improve this software, and we encourage all users to upgrade to this version since this is the only version we support. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes (which summarizes the backwards incompatibilities and new features introduced by this release) and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
PLplot-5.11.1 is the latest release of PLplot. This cross-platform software package is suitable for creating scientific plots whose (UTF-8) plot symbols and text (in virtually all human languages and scripts) are limited in practice only by what ... [More] Unicode-aware system fonts are installed on a user's computer. The PLplot software, which is primarily licensed under the LGPL, has a clean architecture that is organized as a core C library, separate computer language bindings for that library, and separate device drivers that are dynamically loaded by the core library which control how the plots are presented in noninteractive and interactive plotting contexts. This release of PLplot-5.11.1 represents the ongoing efforts of the PLplot community to improve this software, and we encourage all users to upgrade to this version since this is the only version we support. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes (which summarizes the backwards incompatibilities and new features introduced by this release) and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
PLplot-5.11.0 is the latest release of PLplot. This cross-platform software package is suitable for creating scientific plots whose (UTF-8) plot symbols and text (in virtually all human languages and scripts) are limited in practice only by what ... [More] Unicode-aware system fonts are installed on a user's computer. The PLplot software, which is primarily licensed under the LGPL, has a clean architecture that is organized as a core C library, separate computer language bindings for that library, and separate device drivers that are dynamically loaded by the core library which control how the plots are presented in noninteractive and interactive plotting contexts. This release of PLplot-5.11.0 represents the ongoing efforts of the PLplot community to improve this software, and we encourage all users to upgrade to this version since this is the only version we support. We expect to make several of these releases a year, and the planned next release should have a version number of 5.12.0. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes (which summarizes the backwards incompatibilities and new features introduced by this release) and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
PLplot-5.11.0 is the latest release of PLplot. This cross-platform software package is suitable for creating scientific plots whose (UTF-8) plot symbols and text (in virtually all human languages and scripts) are limited in practice only by what ... [More] Unicode-aware system fonts are installed on a user's computer. The PLplot software, which is primarily licensed under the LGPL, has a clean architecture that is organized as a core C library, separate computer language bindings for that library, and separate device drivers that are dynamically loaded by the core library which control how the plots are presented in noninteractive and interactive plotting contexts. This release of PLplot-5.11.0 represents the ongoing efforts of the PLplot community to improve this software, and we encourage all users to upgrade to this version since this is the only version we support. We expect to make several of these releases a year, and the planned next release should have a version number of 5.12.0. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes (which summarizes the backwards incompatibilities and new features introduced by this release) and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
This is the latest stable release of PLplot. We encourage all users to upgrade to this version which is the only version we support. It represents the ongoing efforts of the community to improve the PLplot plotting package which is almost entirely ... [More] licensed under the LGPL. We expect to make several of these releases a year, and the planned next stable release should have a version number of 5.11.0. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
This is the latest stable release of PLplot. We encourage all users to upgrade to this version which is the only version we support. It represents the ongoing efforts of the community to improve the PLplot plotting package which is almost entirely ... [More] licensed under the LGPL. We expect to make several of these releases a year, and the planned next stable release should have a version number of 5.11.0. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) PLplot feedback and contributions can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
This is a development release of PLplot. It represents the ongoing efforts of the community to improve the PLplot plotting package which is almost entirely licensed under the LGPL. Development releases in the 5.9.x series will be available every few ... [More] months. The next full release will be 5.10.0. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) Feedback and contributions for PLplot can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman/. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by Alan W. Irwin
This is a development release of PLplot. It represents the ongoing efforts of the community to improve the PLplot plotting package which is almost entirely licensed under the LGPL. Development releases in the 5.9.x series will be available every few ... [More] months. The next full release will be 5.10.0. PLplot releases may be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot. Release notes and a detailed ChangeLog are given in the README.release and ChangeLog.release files included with the release tarball. (The README.release file available separately at http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/files/plplot/ for each release is a concatanation of those two files.) Feedback and contributions for PLplot can be submitted to the mailing lists provided at http://sourceforge.net/p/plplot/mailman/. PLplot's Home Page is http://plplot.sourceforge.net/. [Less]