yplot-1.2.0 has been released

Yorick is a high-level scientific programming language that is easy to learn, and yplot is a Yorick extension that gives Yorick users access to the PLplot library for their plotting needs.

The principal changes for the yplot-1.2.0 release are it has been updated to work with yorick-2.1.05 (the standard yorick version deployed, for example, on all modern versions of Debian and Ubuntu), a new CMake-based build system has been deployed, and as a result an ordinary autoloaded yplot extension to yorick is built rather than the special yplot and yplotl executables of the past. Testing shows yPlot-1.2.0 works well with the latest PLplot-5.9.0 that has been released as well as svn versions of PLplot that are precursors to the forthcoming PLplot-5.9.1 release.

Access this new version of yplot at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=15416 and build, install, and test it following the instructions in the INSTALL file.

Posted by Alan W. Irwin 2008-08-23

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