VcXsrv been working pretty well for me for things, but I recently ran into a problem with Octave plots. If I run the following test script in Octave, you'll see that the plot doesn't show up properly, compared to what I see when using Xming or VNC:
x = (-10:0.1:10)'; data = ; plot(x,data);
The line thickness seems to be messed up, since if I run "plot(,)", the line thickness in VcXsrv is much thicker.
A fix for this problem has been checked in on trunk revision 393. It will be incorporated in the next release.
The visual studio compiler does not provide a prototype for the hypot function but for the _hypot function. This was causing thick lines to be drawn with the wrong thickness.
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