I uninstalled macports and reinstalled all including gnuplot again to get it working.
With so many updates and changes my previous installation didn't seem to be smooth.
However, with the fresh installation using macports, everything was pretty straight. No problems or manual build at all during the installation.
I have aquaterm port installed. Apart from that I don't know what else to do.
Daniel-Holguins-MacBook-Pro:octave cicloide$ port installed aquaterm
The following ports are currently installed:
aquaterm @1.0.1_5 (active)
On Mar 4, 2011, at 12:46 AM, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 07:48, Daniel Holguin wrote:
>> When I use 'set term x11' I can actually see the plots. However, if I let 'set term aqua' I don't see any graphics.
>> Do you know what can I check? Is there any advantage on using aquaterm vs x11?
>> I have installed gnuplot and aquaterm both using macports.
> Do you have a system AquaTerm installed somewhere?
> The weird thing is that I can get it running without a problem when I
> install gnuplot/aquaterm with macports (I'm also on Snow Leopard), but
> I cannot get the latest version running when I compile both manually
> (it runs, but when I try to plot anything it just freezes forever).
> I'm (slowly) trying to figure out what is going on, but I'm not
> exactly sure how to check that either.
> The major advantage is that AquaTerm runs natively and doesn't require
> X11 (which is less of an issue now than it was back on Tiger). X11 has
> more features, but I still prefer AquaTerm somehow. One extra feature
> is that you can export graphics to PDF with a simple "save as".