ctioga2since my last post. Among the most interesting features,
- full windows support, including proper file types associations
- fill syntax as powerful as
- unclipped plot elements along with full control of the curves depth: in front of axes, behind background lines...
- control of symbol size through a Z axis
I've also started the gnuplot versus
ctioga2 gallery I was speaking about in my last post, where I try to reproduce most of gnuplot's examples using
ctioga2; it can be found here. While I don't like so much the look of the gnuplot graphs, and I try to keep the look of
ctioga2's as close as possible to that look, it proved invaluable in detecting small bugs, fixing small glitches and providing inspiration for new features.
In the meantime, my todo-list for
ctioga2 doesn't seem to get any smaller. Let's hope I'll implement them fast enough ! Keep posted...