Re: Plotting, text drawing, etc.
- From: Ben Johnson <ben blarg net>
- To: James Frye <frye cs unr edu>
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Plotting, text drawing, etc.
- Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2005 21:07:49 -0800
On Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 07:28:12PM -0800, James Frye wrote:
> Thanks. I'll have a look for future reference, but I figured out a quick
> & dirty hack that does what I need. I have the GTK menu program start
> gnuplot as a pipe, then re-parent gnuplot's plot window into a GTK widget.
> So I stuff gnuplot commands & data into the pipe, and the resulting plot
> shows up where I want it.
> Constructive laziness :-)
That sounds like a perfect solution to me. I'd been reading about the
OLE-like Gnome stuff and how it's really so incredibly easy to embed
features of one program in another. I think this is extremely cool and
I would love to read more about what you did, and see a brief example if
you don't mind sharing. :) Thanks.
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