GLE (Graphics Layout Engine) is a high-quality graphics package for
scientists, combining a user-friendly scripting language with a full
range of facilities for producing publication-quality graphs, diagrams,
posters and slides. GLE provides LaTeX quality fonts together with a
flexible graphics module which allows the user to specify any feature of
a graph. Complex pictures can be drawn with user-defined subroutines and
simple looping structures. Current output formats include EPS, PS, PDF,
JPEG, and PNG.
This document contains instructions on how to compile, install, and run GLE4.
Supported platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac OS/X, Unix, OS/2.
1. What is GLE?
2. Installing a GLE binary
2.1 Installing GLE on Windows
2.2 Installing GLE on OS/2
3. Running GLE
4. Compiling GLE from the source code
4.1 Compiling with GCC (Windows, Linux, Mac OS/X, ...)
GLE(1) User Manuals GLE(1)
gle - Graphics Layout Engine
gle [options] file.gle ...
GLE (Graphics Layout Engine) is a graphics scripting language
designed for creating publication quality graphs, plots, dia‐
grams, figures and slides. GLE supports various graph types
GLE is licensed under the BSD license.
GLE comes with a user interface QGLE. QGLE is licensed under the GNU
General Public License (GPL) as published by the Free Software
Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any
License for GLE (BSD)
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source an