Thanks a million for the script that allows to plot to ghostscript
from within gnuplot. It solved my problem exactly, what can I say
except: you are a damn genius!
This really works even on OS/2 after exactly 3 modifications:
I had to replace
(i) calls to 'gs' by calls to 'gsos2', and
(ii) change the first line of the file to
extproc gawk.exe -f
which is the OS/2 way of #!-ing another programme to execute the
(iii) Of course, I had to call the script 'gsplot.cmd'
Now it works beautifully. Please, if you haven't already, contribute
this nice script to the gnuplot distribution. If you don't mind I would
even send it to Roger Fearick (the OS/2 gnuplot fellow) since it nicely
integrates with his feature to call REXX scripts from within gnuplot.
(Maybe he even rewrites it to use only REXX, which is on all OS/2
Thanks again, display postscript on a Pentium-Pro with 150 MHz and 64MB
of memory is very pleasant!
Good night! Stefan
Stefan A. Deutscher | (+1-423-) voice fax
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville | UTK : 974-7838 974-7843
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Using os/2 ports of elm and popclient offline.
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