large subroutine library for plotting scientific data
This package contains both runtime and development libraries. Many
routines are included in pgplot for viewing scientific data. Many
(about 70) output devices are supported. 2-D , 3-D , contour, image
manipulation, etc. are well supported. Interactive routines are
included. Both a C and a FORTRAN library are present. See
pgplot for DEBIAN
As of version 5.2.1, pgplot has support for PNG format output. The
debian package has been compiled with support for PNG output turned
on by default. Compilation of programs using the pgplot library should
be linked with "-lpng -lz" in addition to the normal linking with
To compile the fortran examples in the examples subdirectory, do the
pgxwin_server - X-window sever for pgplot plotting subroutine
This manual page documents briefly the pgxwin_server command.
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distri‐
bution because the original program does not have a manual
pgplot5 (5.2.2-19) unstable; urgency=low
* Change Suggests to libpng-dev instead of libpng12-dev.
-- Carlo Segre <email@example.com> Sun, 04 Mar 2012 22:47:21 -0600
pgplot5 (5.2.2-18) unstable; urgency=low
* [Colin Watson]
Fix link order so that inter-library linkage of
libpgplot.so and libcpgplot.so is recorded correctly with
'ld --as-needed' (Closes: #648950).
Need to split the package into -dev and library packages (maybe
Gopal (Thu Mar 21 10:04
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