Gnuplot mode for Emacs
Gnuplot is a major mode for Emacs flavours with the following features: - Functions for plotting lines, regions, entire scripts, or entire files - Graphical interface to setting command arguments - Syntax colorization - Completion of common words in Gnuplot - Code indentation - On-line help using Info for Gnuplot functions and features - Interaction with Gnuplot using comint - Pull-down menus plus a toolbar - Distributed with a quick reference sheet in postscript.
released on 29 August 2021
7 September 2021
Leaders and contributors
|Bruce Ravel||Original author|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||GNU Emacs|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 September 2021.
in NonGNU ELPA on August 29, 2021
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