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QtiPlot

   0.9.8.9  

KDE Scientific

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QtiPlot
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  52398
Submitted:  Jul 30 2004
Updated:  Nov 7 2011

Description:

Data analysis and scientific plotting.




Changelog:

2011/11/02 - QtiPlot 0.9.8.9 released:

Improvements:
*Improved support for the Dock menu on Mac OS X.
*Improved restoring of statistic tables.
*Improved handling of error messages in Savitzky-Golay smoothing filter.
*Improved plotting of 2D plot layers with shared axes.
*Improved error bar handling when plotting a table column selection.
*Implemented feature request #5451: "Do not expand tree in Project Explorer".
*Implemented feature request #5458: "Fit wizard remove only fits from session".
*Updated translations: Italian (thanks to Renato Rivoira), German (thanks to Daniel Schury) and Romanian.
*Updated Italian manual thanks to Renato Rivoira.
Bug fixes:
*Fixed crash when opening old projects containing spectrograms.
*Fixed duplication of 2D plots with respect to the synchronization of scales.
*Fixed speed issues in matrices and removed size limitations in matrix size dialog.
*Fixed export of minus sign to LaTeX.
*Fixed possible crash when resetting the default options via the preferences dialog.




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 errors compiling

 
 by saqer on: Jan 24 2007
 
Score 50%

make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/saqer/sources/qtiplot-0.8.9/fitPlugins/fitRational1'
cd qtiplot && qmake qtiplot.pro -o Makefile
cd qtiplot && make -f Makefile
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/saqer/sources/qtiplot-0.8.9/qtiplot'
g++ -c -pipe -Wall -W -g -D_REENTRANT -DQT_PLUGIN -DSCRIPTING_CONSOLE -DSCRIPTING_DIALOG -DSCRIPTING_MUPARSER -DSCRIPTING_PYTHON -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -DQT_SHARED -DQT_NO_DEBUG -I/usr/lib/qt-3.3/mkspecs/default -I. -I../3rdparty/qwt/src -I../3rdparty/qwtplot3d/include -I../3rdparty/liborigin -I../3rdparty/gsl/include -I../3rdparty/zlib123/include -I/usr/include/python2.4 -I/usr/lib/qt-3.3/include -I../tmp/qtiplot/ -o ../tmp/qtiplot/application.o src/application.cpp
In file included from src/application.h:9,
from src/application.cpp:1:
src/graph3D.h:6:31: error: qwt3d_surfaceplot.h: No such file or directory
src/graph3D.h:7:29: error: qwt3d_function.h: No such file or directory
In file included from src/application.h:10,
from src/application.cpp:1:
src/plot3DDialog.h:10:26: error: qwt3d_color.h: No such file or directory
src/graph3D.h:12: error: ‘Qwt3D’ is not a namespace-name
src/graph3D.h:12: error: expected namespace-name before ‘;’ token
src/graph3D.h:27: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:27: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘SurfacePlot’ with no type
src/graph3D.h:27: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘*’ token
src/graph3D.h:98: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:98: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘...’ before ‘s’
src/graph3D.h:99: error: ‘void Graph3D::setGrid(int)’ cannot be overloaded
src/graph3D.h:98: error: with ‘void Graph3D::setGrid(int)’
src/graph3D.h:108: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:108: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘...’ before ‘coord’
src/graph3D.h:135: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:135: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘PLOTSTYLE’ with no type
src/graph3D.h:135: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘plotStyle’
src/graph3D.h:136: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:136: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘FLOORSTYLE’ with no type
src/graph3D.h:136: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘floorStyle’
src/graph3D.h:137: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:137: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘COORDSTYLE’ with no type
src/graph3D.h:137: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘coordStyle’
src/graph3D.h:175: error: ‘ColorVector’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:249: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:249: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘Triple’ with no type
src/graph3D.h:249: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘*’ token
src/graph3D.h:250: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:250: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘...’ before ‘*’ token
src/graph3D.h:314: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:314: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘StandardColor’ with no type
src/graph3D.h:314: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘*’ token
src/graph3D.h:322: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/graph3D.h:322: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘PLOTSTYLE’ with no type
src/graph3D.h:322: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘style_’
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘bool Graph3D::hasData()’:
src/graph3D.h:57: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘bool Graph3D::isOrthogonal()’:
src/graph3D.h:82: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘void Graph3D::setOrtho(bool)’:
src/graph3D.h:83: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::xRotation()’:
src/graph3D.h:119: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::yRotation()’:
src/graph3D.h:120: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::zRotation()’:
src/graph3D.h:121: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::xScale()’:
src/graph3D.h:123: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::yScale()’:
src/graph3D.h:124: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::zScale()’:
src/graph3D.h:125: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::xShift()’:
src/graph3D.h:127: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::yShift()’:
src/graph3D.h:128: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::zShift()’:
src/graph3D.h:129: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::zoom()’:
src/graph3D.h:131: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/graph3D.h: In member function ‘double Graph3D::meshLineWidth()’:
src/graph3D.h:153: error: ‘sp’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp:7742: error: ‘class Graph3D’ has no member named ‘floorStyle’
src/application.cpp:7742: error: ‘class Graph3D’ has no member named ‘plotStyle’
src/application.cpp: In member function ‘void ApplicationWindow::custom3DActions(QWidget*)’:
src/application.cpp:9403: error: ‘class Graph3D’ has no member named ‘plotStyle’
src/application.cpp:9405: error: ‘FILLEDMESH’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp:9416: error: ‘FILLED’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp:9427: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9463: error: ‘WIREFRAME’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp:9474: error: ‘HIDDENLINE’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp:9489: error: ‘class Graph3D’ has no member named ‘coordStyle’
src/application.cpp:9491: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9497: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9503: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9510: error: ‘class Graph3D’ has no member named ‘floorStyle’
src/application.cpp:9512: error: ‘NOFLOOR’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp:9518: error: ‘FLOORISO’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp:9524: error: ‘FLOORDATA’ was not declared in this scope
src/application.cpp: In member function ‘void ApplicationWindow::custom3DGrids(int)’:
src/application.cpp:9536: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9541: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9546: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9551: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9556: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp:9561: error: ‘Qwt3D’ has not been declared
src/application.cpp: In member function ‘void ApplicationWindow::changeFolder(Folder*, bool)’:
src/application.cpp:13488: warning: enumeration value ‘Hidden’ not handled in switch
src/application.cpp:13531: warning: enumeration value ‘Hidden’ not handled in switch
src/pixmaps.h: At global scope:
src/pixmaps.h:509: warning: ‘fit_xpm’ defined but not used
src/pixmaps.h:674: warning: ‘configTable_xpm’ defined but not used
src/pixmaps.h:809: warning: ‘config_curves_xpm’ defined but not used
src/pixmaps.h:1079: warning: ‘general_xpm’ defined but not used
src/pixmaps.h:8678: warning: ‘home_xpm’ defined but not used
make[1]: *** [../tmp/qtiplot/application.o] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/saqer/sources/qtiplot-0.8.9/qtiplot'
make: *** [sub-qtiplot] Error 2


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 Re: errors compiling

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 25 2007
 
Score 50%

Hi,

Look at the first error line, it tells you everything:

src/graph3D.h:6:31: error: qwt3d_surfaceplot.h: No such file or directory

It's not linked to QtiPlot but to the 3rd party libraries not being found on your computer.

Regards,
Ion


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 compiling-question

 
 by tbogdan on: Jan 27 2007
 
Score 50%

Hi!
I can't find libqwtplot3d.a. Where is this file or which one should be linked or renamed as libqwtplot3d.a (like: OPJFile.o = liborigin.a)? My system: FC6
Regards!
Bogdan

PS I like this program.


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 Re: compiling-questi

 
 by mauritroviano on: Feb 3 2007
 
Score 50%

Hi, well, If you compiled qwtplot3d without to modificate qwtplot3d.pro, then you compiled dynamic libraries (.so). Exist two options:
1- Add "staticlib" in "CONFIG += qt warn_on opengl thread zlib" line into qwtplot3d.pro and to recompile. Then you will have .a library
2- You need to copy .so file on /urs/lib (on fc6) and to change the path on qtiplot.pro. For example this
unix:LIBS += ../3rdparty/qwtplot3d/lib/libqwtplot3d.a
for this
unix:LIBS += /usr/lib/libqwtplot3d.so

Good luck
Mauricio


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 Re: Re: compiling-qu

 
 by tbogdan on: Feb 4 2007
 
Score 50%

Hi!
Thanks a lot for your answer!
I solved the problem by creating static libraries:
"ar rcs my_library.a file1.o file2.o"
No compilation errors and program works fine.
Regards,
Bogdan


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 Comiple error

 
 by tuxo2 on: Jan 30 2007
 
Score 50%

I tried to compile QtiPlot on an Ubuntu Edgy machine.QtiPlot version: 0.8.9.

However, after some compiling I got following error:

cd qtiplot && make -f Makefile
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/lui/Downloads/Software_Work/QtiPlot/qtiplot-0.8.9/qtiplot'
g++ -c -pipe -Wall -W -g -D_REENTRANT -DQT_PLUGIN -DSCRIPTING_CONSOLE -DSCRIPTING_DIALOG -DSCRIPTING_MUPARSER -DSCRIPTING_PYTHON -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -DQT_SHARED -DQT_TABLET_SUPPORT -I/usr/share/qt3/mkspecs/default -I. -I../3rdparty/qwt/src -I../3rdparty/qwtplot3d/include -I../3rdparty/liborigin -I../3rdparty/gsl/include -I../3rdparty/zlib123/include -I/home/lui/Downloads/Software_Work/QtiPlot/qwtplot3d/include -I/home/lui/Downloads/Software_Work/QtiPlot/liborigin-20070115 -I/usr/include/python2.4 -I/usr/include/qt3 -I/usr/X11R6/include -I/usr/X11R6/include -I../tmp/qtiplot/ -o ../tmp/qtiplot/PythonScripting.o src/PythonScripting.cpp
src/PythonScripting.cpp:22:23: error: sipAPIqti.h: No such file or directory
src/PythonScripting.cpp: In member function ‘bool PythonScripting::setQObject(QObject*, const char*, PyObject*)’:
src/PythonScripting.cpp:273: error: ‘sipTypeDef’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:273: error: ‘t’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:280: error: ‘sipModuleAPI_qti’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:291: error: ‘sipBuildResult’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:300: error: ‘sipModuleAPI_qti_qt’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:308: error: ‘sipBuildResult’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp: In member function ‘virtual QVariant PythonScript::eval()’:
src/PythonScripting.cpp:509: warning: suggest parentheses around assignment used as truth value
make[1]: *** [../tmp/qtiplot/PythonScripting.o] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/lui/Downloads/Software_Work/QtiPlot/qtiplot-0.8.9/qtiplot'
make: *** [sub-qtiplot] Error 2


I did not find the file sipAPIqti.h on my computer. Googling did not help either. I found only a link to another person who had the same problem with compiling QtiPlot.

Thanks for your help.


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 Re: Comiple error

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 30 2007
 
Score 50%

Hello,

Please read and try to understand the install notes provided in the source archive or on the QtiPlot official website: http://soft.proindependent.com/install.html
before posting a compile error message.

Regards,
Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Re: Comiple error

 
 by tuxo2 on: Jan 30 2007
 
Score 50%

Dear Ion Vasilief,

> Please read and try to understand the install notes provided in the source archive or on the QtiPlot official website: http://soft.proindependent.com/install.html
before posting a compile error message.

Thanks for your reply. Well, I read the installation notes carefully before posting the above message. I installed all the required libs, including the sip libs, version 4.4.5:

dpkg -l | grep sip
ii python-sip4 4.4.5-2ubuntu1 Python/C++ bindings generator runtime library
ii python-sip4-dev 4.4.5-2ubuntu1 Python/C++ bindings generator development files
ii sip4 4.4.5-2ubuntu1 Python/C++ bindings gene

However, it seems like the missing sipAPIqti.h file seems not to be included in these packages and I don't know where else it could be part of (searching on Google did not reveal anything).

As the compilation is stuck with this file needed for python scripting, I tried to switch this functionality off (as hinted in the installation notes: "If you want Python scripting support,you will also need to download and install Python 2.4, SIP 4.4.5 and PyQt 3.16."). However, I don't know how to do that either (how to achieve this is not described, at least I did not find anything).

Thanks again for your reply.


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 Re: Re: Re: Comiple

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 31 2007
 
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Hi,

If you don't want Python scripting support, just uncomment the Python option from the "/qtiplot/qtiplot.pro" file in the source archive.

Hope this helps,
Ion


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 Re: Comiple error

 
 by pva on: Dec 9 2007
 
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If somebody experiences similar error, may be this helps...

$ cd qtiplot-0.X.X/qtiplot
and run ./python-sipcmd.py
See the output, if there are any errors, fix them. If there are not do
mkdir tmp
$(./python-sipcmd.py) -c tmp src/qti.sip
and analyze why required header was not created.


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 segmentation fault

 
 by RCV on: Jan 31 2007
 
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I compiled qtiplot from sources. When i try plot anythings it fall with segmentation fault.


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 Re: segmentation fau

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 31 2007
 
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Hello,

When I compile it from sources everything works!

Anyway your bug report is useless, since it doesn't specify at least your operating system and your compiler and its version.

regards,
Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Re: segmentation fau

 
 by RCV on: Jan 31 2007
 
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Gentoo Linux.

gcc 4.1.1


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 Re: Re: Re: segmenta

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 31 2007
 
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And what version of Qwt? Are the 3rd party libraries and QtiPlot compiled in the same mode (release or debug)?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: segmenta

 
 by RCV on: Jan 31 2007
 
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qwt and muparser from "3rdparty" folder

qwtplot3d 0.2.6


qtiplot 0.8.9 release


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 31 2007
 
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Well,

You're doing something wrong that's for sure!

You could try to compile QtiPlot in debug mode, run it in a debugger like gdb and send me the stack from the debugger!

Otherwise I'm afraid I can't help you!

Ion


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by RCV on: Feb 3 2007
 
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Thank you. I've found mistake.



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 compiling-question

 
 by tbogdan on: Jan 31 2007
 
Score 50%

Hello,

make gave me the following error prompts:

g++: ../3rdparty/qwtplot3d/lib/libqwtplot3d.a: No such a file or directory
g++: ../3rdparty/qwt/lib/libqwt.a: Nie ma No such a file or directory
g++: ../3rdparty/liborigin/liborigin.a: No such a file or directory
make[1]: *** [qtiplot] Error 1

These files do not exist on my computer...
I'd be very grateful for some hint.
Regards,
Bogdan


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 Re: compiling-questi

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 1 2007
 
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Dear Sir,

You must modify the paths in the /qtiplot/qtiplot.pro file in the archive to point to the location of the 3rd party libraries used by QtiPlot on your computer.

Those libraries you don't find with the .a extention are static libraries. Try to find out weather you have the dynamic libraries installed on your system (extention .so). Otherwise you must download and compile those missing libraries.

Also I suggest that you read the qmake documentation from Trolltech and that you Google a little bit to see what static or dynamic libraries are. That's the least amount of knowledge I expect from a Linux user and it could help you understand how to compile QtiPlot and other software.

Hope this helps,
Ion Vasilief


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 best fit crash

 
 by mauritroviano on: Feb 1 2007
 
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Hi ion!
I use qtiplot 0.8.9 now. I have problems with the "best fit fuction". When I press this buttom or I use "Data->rescale to show all" qtiplot is crashed. In my terminal this msg is reported:
Segmentation fault

Any idea?
Thancks Mauricio


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 Re: best fit crash

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 1 2007
 
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Hi,

"Segmentation fault" is not meaningfull at all from a programmer's point of view! It just says "Hey, the application crashed", nothing else! If you want to be usefull and get help you should post the stack from a debugger like gdb.

In my opinion your problem could be due to the QtiPlot user settings. You could try to remove them from the /home/your_login/.qt folder and try again!

Here from you,
Ion


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 Re: Re: best fit cra

 
 by mauritroviano on: Feb 1 2007
 
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ok. I erased .qt folder but the problem persist.
I have other problem: I plot any table... for example: X= 1,2,3 Y=1,2,3. Then press zoom (+) and select any portion of the picture. Then zoom (-). Ok zoom (-) no zoom out the picture...
Any idea?
See you, Mauricio


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 Re: Re: Re: best fit

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 1 2007
 
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Hi,

Again, nothing like this happens with the executable I've compiled, under Linux or Windows.

Check if you link against the last release of Qwt 5.0.0. If you link against an older version, this might be a problem. You'd better download and reinstall Qwt 5.0.0, released on the 18th of January this year.

Hope this helps,
Ion


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: best

 
 by mauritroviano on: Feb 2 2007
 
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Hi Ion.... Yesterday I saw that my qwt is 5.0.0, and my problem persist. I changed libqwt.a for libqwt.so in qtiplot.pro and I compiled qtiplot again... Then the compiling is succesful but when I run qtiplot, this has problems to find this library. It is strange, I used qwt-5.0.0 on qtiplot-0.8.8 and qtiplot-0.8.7-3 and never had problems with it. I don't know what more to try... Do you have any suggestion?... If I use .so or .a libraries... Is it the same or exit any problem with it?
Thanks for your time, mauricio


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 Re: Solution

 
 by mauritroviano on: Feb 3 2007
 
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Hi..
I resolved my problem. I don't know why but when I use .so libraries (dymanics) I need to copy those in /usr/lib (on fedora 4 and 5) then qtiplot work fine. My problem was that the .so libraries were on your respectives folders (qtiplot/3rdparty/..).
So if I'd like to use .a libraries (statics) those folders are fine, but if I'd like to use .so libraries then I need to copy those on /usr/lib

Finaly I use all .a libraries but only liborigin.so library is dinamic. When it is installed, this is in /usr/local/lib but the system can't find it.
Well thanks for all,
Mauricio


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 Granny thinks it is much more usable than Gnome 2
 Canonical is embarrasing itself with this split project
 Gnome 3 default shell is much better
 I dislike Unity, Gnome 3 default shell is alien technology!
 None of the above, I like the 2Gb for free and Apple alike behavior. Will post a comment instead

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