I haven't. Thanks fr the link.
Actually, I am an Ocaml user so I need Ocamlbindings to use GTK (trhough lablgtk) and PlPlot (through its own bindings).
Unfortunately, my knowledge of Ocaml is not advanced enough in order to know whether I'll be able to do something with the bindings provided by lablgtk and the ones from PlPlot.
If I cannot make manage to use GTK and PlPlot, I will use Cairo and GTK (which offer a direct function to interface the two libs and the function's binding in Ocaml).
Anyway, thanks for the answer.
Regards.
Johan


2010/9/15 Alan W. Irwin <irwin@beluga.phys.uvic.ca>
On 2010-09-15 17:39+0200 Johan Mazel wrote:

Hi
I want to know whether there is an available method to interface plplot with
gtk, something that would be close to what is done between cairo and gtk
(http://library.gnome.org/devel/gdk/stable/gdk-Cairo-Interaction.html).
I searched but I did not find anything and I wanted to be sure.
Thanks in advance for your time.

Hi Johan:

Thanks for your interest in PLplot.

Have you had a look at the proof-of-concept gtk example
examples/c/extXdrawable_demo.c ?  That might give you some helpful
ideas.

Alan
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