I compiled gnuplot on Mac OS 10.7.2 (x86_64-apple-darwin11), and while the X11 terminal properly displays graphs, it doesn't let the mouse interact with them (such as rotating an splot, for example).
I configured with: ./configure --x-includes=/opt/X11/include --x-libraries=/opt/X11/lib (the XQuartz X server is in /opt/X11). It compiles fine, and when run, I type "splot sin(x+y)", obtain the graph, however the mouse cannot make the graph rotate as it can on my linux install. The configuration script says:
X Window System terminal: yes
(with multi-byte fonts)
(enable plotting to windows opened by external apps)
(with application defaults, in /etc/X11/app-defaults/)
gnuplot will be compiled with the following features:
Mouse support in interactive terminals: yes
Zooming or refresh of volatile data: yes
Typing <space> in plot window raises console
Command line macros: yes
Placement of rectangles and other objects: yes
which hint that all should be okay. Is this a known issue? How can I get a working X11 terminal?
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