I recently installed Plplot 5.0.4 on my Linux Redhat 7.1
system. It has generally worked okay, except that I
seem to be getting the following warning when I compile
with the Lahey Fortran compiler:
Encountered 0 errors, 0 warnings in file test.f.
tk.o(.text+0x1be2): the use of `tmpnam' is dangerous,
better use `mkstemp'
Also, I have found a peculiar behavior sometimes in that
if I run a code with Plplot calls (initiated with
plinit), the first time I run it, I get the usual
initial Plplot set of choices:
< 1> xwin X-Window (Xlib)
< 2> tk Tcl/TK Window
If I then select the postscript output option, let the
code finish and then try to run it again, it seems to
have gotten the postscript option "hard-wired" into it.
I.e., it doesn't given me the above set of plotting
options, but rather goes directly to outputting a
postscript file for the output whether I wanted it or