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From: S Madhavan <madhavan@ip...> - 2005-08-17 07:45:18
I installed gnuplot 4.0 version recently. I have one complaint abt. this version 4.0.
I use 'bash' shell (linux operating system). When I go to gnuplot mode from bash shell,
I tried the following.
gnuplot> !ls abc<tab>
I expected '<tab>' to complete the filename stating with 'abc'(which was done in gnuplot version 3.7)
Is there anyway in version 4.0, to have <tab> function as described above.
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S Madhavan wrote:
> I installed gnuplot 4.0 version recently. I have one complaint abt.
> this version 4.0.
Actually, that's not a valid complaint about gnuplot 4.0 --- it's a
complaint you should address to whoever built your binary of 4.0. It
was not built with the same options compiled in as the 3.7 one you used
> I use 'bash' shell (linux operating system). When I go to gnuplot
> mode from bash shell, I tried the following.
That's not really "gnuplot mode", that's you interacting with the
> Is there anyway in version 4.0, to have <tab> function as described
Build it using GNU libreadline.