On Monday 30 November 2009, Petr Mikulik wrote:
> > BTW, I have a quick look it and found that the document 'ReadmeWindows'
> > lacks explanation of 'gnuplot.exe'. This is one of the important topic of
> > gnuplot 4.4.
> Thanks for spotting this. I propose the following text:
> gnuplot.exe: Text (console) mode version of the gnuplot executable with all
> the associated pipe functionality as it is usual on all other platforms.
> This means that this program can also accept commands on stdin (standard
> input) and print messages on stdout (standard output). This program replaces
> pgnuplot.exe and it is recommended to use it for 3rd party applications
> using gnuplot as graph engine, for example Octave (www.octave.org).
> Feel free to comment/update.
Please go ahead and add this, along with any other description you think
would be useful.