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A bunch of fixes
C++ patterns applied
I fixed a little this messy code by making it a little more similar to
normal C++ programs (although you may wonder if this is a good idea :P)
Fixes of exceptions
Exception management was not correct. Now it's based on exceptions
provided by STL.
Actually use the [xyz]label information when plotting
Test environment fixed
As Steven A. Dean reported, there are some problems in using the getline()
C function under Mac OS X. I replaced the test_environ module with the
same stuff written in C++.
This should no longer be a problem.
test warning fixed.
Mac OS X compatible
This patch fixes the configuration scripts.
This patch improves usability by creating some shortcuts in class
definitions. Useful if you just want a simple plot without layout
I was including something not existing. Now it dist-checks!
Plotting titles bugfix
A set of modifications allows now the code to produce title-aware plots,
also some bugs have been removed.
Added license statement
Installation bug fixed
Updated tests makefile
testecho now produces default output
...with a little warning when it does it, since you are not happy when it
happens during testing!
bugfix on triggering
find . -name '*[ch]pp' | xargs sed -ire 's/float/double/g'
Compiles immediately and 'make check' fukken works...
Added a test for plotting in layout
Misc layout fixes
Updated testing suite
Merge branch 'master' into merging
Still not tested.
Echoing environment ready
The testing programs allow to write on a file which will be compared with
the real wanted file content. This allows to understand if the library
produces the wanted output.
Basic testing environment built.
Multiplot: work in progress
Still embrional, but well structured!
Added test directory
THANKS and AUTHORS
Redesigned positions and file names.
Added ranges management