I tried checking it out with svn using the command
 
svn co https://plplot.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/plplot plplot
 
svn tells me it does not recognize the URL scheme.  Now I am new to svn as well, I installed the latest version of svn.
 
Thanks
Scott

 
On 7/18/07, Andrew Ross <andrewross@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:

On Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 09:34:11AM -0700, Alan Irwin wrote:
> On 2007-07-18 11:40-0400 Scott Hall wrote:
>
> > I am new to PLplot and this the first time I have used CMake.  For
> > simplicity, on my part, I have been using the GUI version (ccmake
> > CMakeLists.txt) to generate the makefile.  I am attaching the output from
> > using ccmake.  This was made on my Linux platform.
>
> ccmake is a good choice for getting the annotations for the various options,
> but there are caching issues with it, and ultimately cmake is more
> reproducible since all options are spelt out on the command line, and you
> can also see the annotation of the options in the generated file
> CMakeCache.txt.
>
> Because of that reproducibility issue could you please give us cmake output
> instead?  Here is how you capture such output:
>
> cmake -DDEFAULT_NO_DEVICES=ON -DPLD_ps=ON -DDEFAULT_NO_BINDINGS=ON \
> path_to_source_tree >& cmake.out
>
> Note, I have specified options to turn off all devices unless specified
> otherwise (e.g., the ps device), and turn off all bindings (except for the
> C one which cannot be turned off).
>
> Also, please be sure to invoke cmake in an empty build tree to avoid caching
> issues and other stale results.
>
> Virtually everybody is new to cmake. :-) I was the first developer in our
> group to start experimenting with it, but that was only a year ago.  We have
> come a long way with it since because it is so easy to learn and so
> powerful.  I think learning to use cmake is a general skill that is worth
> the small learning effort for most people who build packages such as PLplot.

OK. It looks like an issue with static drivers. Trying the command Alan
suggested above works fine. If you add -DENABLE_DYNDRIVERS=OFF then I
reproduce the error message that Scott reported.

Turns out the error was actually in cmake/modules/pkg-config.cmake
where the macro pc_transform_link_flags did not correctly handle blank
strings. It should now be fixed in the subversion repository.

Andrew

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