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From: don taber <dtaber@to...> - 2010-11-22 22:33:57
pm3d.c in current CVS does not compile if EXTENDED_COLOR_SPECS
is defined. Below is the patch I fixed it with. Someone who
actually understands the code should verify that it is the
correct fix and everything is initialized that needs to be.
Am I the last person in the world using the vgagl terminal ? :-)
pm3d sure looks good on it.
--- pm3d.c.orig 2010-10-13 04:00:11.000000000 -0700
+++ pm3d.c 2010-11-22 13:48:50.000000000 -0800
@@ -390,7 +390,11 @@
if (pm3d.hidden3d_tag < 0)
pm3d_border_lp.pm3d_color = *(qp->border_color);
+ filled_quadrangle(qp->corners, qp->icorners);
On Monday, November 22, 2010 02:07:08 pm don taber wrote:
> pm3d.c in current CVS does not compile if EXTENDED_COLOR_SPECS
> is defined. Below is the patch I fixed it with. Someone who
> actually understands the code should verify that it is the
> correct fix and everything is initialized that needs to be.
I think you need a bit more than that, reverting also part of the
code simplification patch of 2010-10-12.
Slightly larger patch attached.
> Am I the last person in the world using the vgagl terminal ? :-)
Could be :-)
Going back all the way to version 4.0, so about size years now,
I have totally failed to build a version of gnuplot that uses the
vga/vgagl/linux console terminal drivers for anything other than to
lock up my video card. There must be some trick to configuring
things, but it has defeated me every time I'm attempted it.
Strangely, the vgagl driver doesn't give any hint in the code
or docs that it requires EXTENDED_COLOR_SPECS.
It might be worth adding a configuration note somewhere.
> pm3d sure looks good on it.
Could you maybe provide a screenshot?
> Don Taber