From: Rafael Laboissiere <laboissiere@ps...> - 2003-02-05 15:36:44
* João Cardoso <jcard@...> [2003-02-05 15:16]:
> On Wednesday 05 February 2003 11:25, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> | Update of /cvsroot/plplot/plplot/drivers
> | In directory sc8-pr-cvs1:/tmp/cvs-serv16366/drivers
> | Modified Files:
> | Makefile.am pstex.c
> | Log Message:
> | Cleaned up the ps vs. pstex driver mess. When dyndrivers are
> | enabled, the use of --enable-pstex imply now the inclusion of the
> | ps.so driver module, enabling the ps and psc devices.
> | On the other hand, when --enable-ps and --diasable-pstex are
> | specified, the pstex.so driver module is not erroneously installed,
> | as it used to be.
> BTW, this does not also happens with the xwin and tk driver? If I
> disable xwin but enable the tk driver (not very likely), than the tk
> driver will not work, as it needs xwin. The reverse works fine.
Yes, a similar change has to be done for enable_tk and enable_xwin. Since I
never use Tcl/Tk, I let fix this to the others.
(Well, I never use pstex neither, but I do not feel myself comfortable in
making changes to the Tcl/Tk part of PLplot.)