> I am starting with plplot and Qt, looking at the example
> It works correctly and I am now proceeding in creating a custom widget to
> encapsulate my specific plotting needs. I am directly subclassing
> The issue is that I require multiple widgets in my application, but I do
> not know how to handle that... Shall I call multiple plinit() for each
> widget, having one stream for each widget?
> How should I handle subplots?
> To start, I am trying splitting the 2 plots drawn in the example in 2
> separate widgets with 2 methods to plot different things, but until now it
> seems that only the second (in order of creation) widget is used, while the
> first is ignored.
> Can someone give me some advices about this, please?
I would look at example 14 to get some ideas about how to do this. The
answer depends somewhat on whether you are using a C or a C++ approach.
In a C approach you have to explicitly switch back and forth between
your plot streams using plsstrm().