Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
Hm, that seems to be some debugging code left from the issue on
* email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2006-05-21 14:00]:
Release candidate #1 for PLplot 5.6.1 is now available for download at:
This is a *test* release for the final version of PLplot 5.6.1. If
you have the time & the inclination, please download it and let us
know if does/does not work on your system of choice.
I built preliminary Debian packages for this RC tarball. Everything went
well and the packages are available at:
You will notice the funny version number 5.6.0.rc22.214.171.124-1. This is needed
in Debian for smooth upgrades, because the following version comparisons
5.6.0 < 5.6.0.rc126.96.36.199 < 5.6.1
At any rate, these packages are not officially released and I will
probably wait the final 5.6.1 release to do so. The 5.6.0-1 packages are
still in the NEW queue (http://ftp-master.debian.org/new.html) waiting
for ftp-admin approval before they are moved into unstable.
There is now a new package called libplplot-fortran9 which contains the
shared libraries for the F77 and F95 bindings, as well as the F95
I added a call to "make check" in debian/rules and I noticed that the
check for the Fortran binding outputs things like:
Testing front-end f95
0 - /root/plplot/plplot-5.6.1_RC1/examples/f95/.libs/lt-x16af
1 - -dev
2 - psc
3 - -o
4 - ./x16af95.ps
Is this normal?
Cygwin that command-line arguments do not work when shared
libraries are used... I will look into this.