On 12/19/2012 07:49 PM, gerard wrote:
> in the file system-examples.lisp I have : (defparameter gdev "svg")
> (load "system-examples.lisp")
> * (system-examples::plot )
> Enter graphics output file name: dessin2.svg
> nothing happens : no error, no graphic
If you are using slime/sbcl, my guess is that the file "dessin2.svg" is
being generated in the directory that emacs considers to be it's home
directory which might not be your current directory. If you are just
using sbcl, then there should be a file of that name created in the
> How can I make flplot run correctly ?
> Thanks in advance for help or a link to an understandable tutorial.
I'm not aware of any tutorial, but cl-plplot functions are pretty much a
one-to-one mapping onto the functions in the plplot API. Also in the
same folder as the system-examples.lisp file there are cl-plplot
examples that mirror the standard plplot examples. You can go to the
plplot website, check the examples to find the type of plot you want,
then look at the corresponding lisp example to see how to make such a plot.