GooData: diagrams for screen / printer / files

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Re: GooData: diagrams for screen / printer / files

Postby TJF » May 21, 2019 21:06

badidea wrote:I have problems with getting the 32-bit libs installed on my 64-bit linux. The package manager wants remove libraries went I try install the 32-bit libs.
No old 32 bit netbook in any corner?
badidea wrote:Which I don't like. So I guess, have have to look into the 2nd option: cva_list. Which I have not used before.
This is fbc-1.07 only! (Not available in the current stabil 1.06 version.)

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PS: My bindings don't work either. I've to fix a problem in GirToBac :-(
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Re: GooData: diagrams for screen / printer / files

Postby badidea » May 21, 2019 21:51

TJF wrote:No old 32 bit netbook in any corner?

Actually, I do. But I fear that I will spend a whole evening fiddling with that thing and its tiny screen with 2 possible outcomes:
A) It works on 32-bit, now what?
B) It does not work. One evening wasted.
Also probably more convenient to install a 32-bit Linux in Virtual Box.

But the plan is visualized as:
"data" ---> "some tool" --> "nice plots"
Where gnuplot currently seems the fastest option for "some tool"

But the interest for good a plotting tool in FreeBASIC seems large, judging form the number of replies on my gnuplot topic. So I put GooData on my medium priority todo list :-)
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Re: GooData: diagrams for screen / printer / files

Postby TJF » May 22, 2019 20:54

badidea wrote:So I put GooData on my medium priority todo list :-)
I found some time to check the old code. The current GIT version works with the newest gir_headers. And the library build is organised by CMake scripts now. The scripts are using compiler option -arch 32, so you can compile on a 64 bit system. In order to link the binary, you've to install the :386 libraries.

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