i want to use Gnuplot on a Embedded system. So i need gnuplot to compile static and below 1.9 MB. I need the feature to read the .gnuplot file to read from a data.plot file to plot (x,y) coordinates into a png file. I am not very familar with compiling prgrams.
1. Is it possible to get gnuplot (static) below 1.9 MB?
1.1 Can anybody tell me how to ./configure gnuplot to get it minimal and with all the options i mentioned before?
# uname -a
Linux emblinux 2.4.17 #1 Thu Feb 28 15:29:08 CET 2002 i486 unknown
gnuplot should be usable on such a system, as long as the libc is sufficiently complete. 1.9 MB should pose no problems.
As to how to go about actually building software for that platform, I'm afraid I can't help you. I think you'll have to check the documentation for that embedded platform about that, and then check the INSTALL.gnu file and the output of "./configure --help" for clues.
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