--- Paavo Helde wrote:
> Paavo Helde wrote:
> > We are using wgnuplot with a command file, and the problem is that any
> > error messages are lost, all we get is the non-zero wgnuplot exit code.
> > Some googling revealed other people have stumped on this (
> > http://old.nabble.com/wgnuplot-log-errors-to-a-file-td17511945.html ) - so
> > are there any advances with this issue? I downloaded current version of
> > wgnuplot, but it seems it does not have -l or -log option.
> > TIA
> > Paavo
> I now have found that the gnuplot 4.4.0 distribution on Windows also
> includes the regular gnuplot.exe executable, which nicely outputs errors to
> stderr. The only problematic point is that it is not a single executable
> (like wgnuplot.exe in 4.2) any more, but comes with 26 extra DLL-s of 13MB,
> which are bound to cause conflicts and installation troubles. There also
> seem to be some unneeded things like lua51.dll, but as they are not
> delay-linked they cannot be left out. The executable size is a bit smaller
> than earlier, so I suspect some of the bloat is just caused by using dynamic
> libraries instead of earlier static. If so, what would be the rationale?
> Should I try to download the sources and build a statically linked version
> of it?
The lua51.dll is needed to use the lua/tikz terminal so that you cannot delete it.
If you want use static linked version of gnuplot for windows, you can use the cvs version binaries
provided by Prof. Kakuto from the following,
However the binaries does not support the cairo based terminals (wxt, cairopng, and cairopdf)
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