On Sunday, 07 October 2012, sfeam (Ethan Merritt) wrote:
> On Sunday, 07 October 2012, Tait wrote:
> > > ...
> > > Or are you asking how to get an existing demo like varcolor.dem
> > > included in the on-line collection?
> > > The thing is, there's not room on one page to index
> > > every demo in the collection...
> > Why not? I doubt many people run all the demos when they need help,
> > and some distributions don't include the demos. The demos left out of
> > the demos web page effectively don't exist for user help purposes.
> > It might be worthwhile to explore a more image-centric
> > layout. (http://gallery.r-enthusiasts.com/thumbs.php)
> That gallery is pretty nice.
> If anyone wants to put together an equivalent interface for
> gnuplot demos, I'm all for it. But I think we would have to
> find a separate site to host that sort of dynamic content.
> So far as I know, SourceForge only offers to host static content.
Hmm. I take that back. Even though their top-level description of
project services only mentions static web content, if you drill down
it seems to say that PHP scripting is supported.
Not that I know anything about using PHP, but if someone wants
to tackle it, I'll help set up the necessary SourceForge access.