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Tcl/Tk development support for PLplot, a plotting library

Variants:
PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use, virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.

This package contains the necessary files to do development in Tcl/Tk with PLplot: header files, shared libraries links, and examples.

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Package version:5.9.5-4
Architecture:mips
Distribution:Debian
Filename:plplot-tcl-dev_5.9.5-4_mips.deb

/usr/share/doc/libplplot9/examples/tcl/README.tcldemos

Running the Tcl Demos.

PLplot doesn't need to be installed to run these demos.
However, different commands might be needed to run the demos when PLplot
is installed or not; in these cases, the first command must be used for
the installed situation, while the second, separeted by a `|�, is for the
uninstalled situation.

To run individual examples, run the x?? script corresponding to the x??.tcl
e
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/usr/share/doc/libplplot9/examples/tk/README.tkdemos

Running the Tk Demos.

PLplot doesn't need to be installed to run these demos.
However, different commands might be needed to run the demos when PLplot
is installed or not; in these cases, the first command must be used for
the installed situation, while the second, separated by a `|�, is for the
uninstalled situation.

To run the plot.tcl demo follow the directions in that file to run it
under pl
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