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the functions for such interactive use have been implemented in C, but they have not been ported to the Fortran interface yet. The two standard examples, x01
and x20 (in C), show how to use the function plGetCursor and by the looks of it, it should not be too difficult to make the interface available in Fortran.
That said, I also had a look at the various drivers: most of the interactive (screen) drivers do handle the corresponding escape code, but the Windows’ wingcc
driver does not. So if you are interested in that driver, then more is needed than a mere wrapper function in the Fortran bindings. (Ideally we should propagate such a change to all other supported languages too.)
From: Moez Kilani [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2014 10:33 AM
Subject: [Plplot-general] interactive graphics in fortran
is there any example of an interactive example of plplot
with fortran (get cursor position, put a point, move point, ..) ?