Projects / GraceTMPL


GraceTMPL is a set of C++ classes which allow data to be saved as Grace files, optionally using a template. It is specifically designed to automate massive data plotting tasks with Grace.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Sep 2004 10:40

    Release Notes: The changes in this release mainly affected autoscaling, which now ignores data sets hidden in the template. The Python wrapper now uses Python NumArray instead of NumericPython.

    •  12 Oct 2002 01:41

      Release Notes: This is a major code cleanup to make gracetmpl compile with gcc 3.2.

      •  10 Oct 2002 12:27

        Release Notes: New features include 'copy-data-sets' which allows the template to copy data from one set to another (without the need of action on the application side). Certain graphs can be hidden from the application to prevent storage of data therein. Output can optionally be sent to a pipe. Bugfixes were made to improve the autoscale function and to fix segmentation faults in rare situations.

        •  24 Sep 2002 10:49

          Release Notes: Several bugfixes were made, and a new variable substitution system has been implemented. Variables can now also be used for datasets and have a fallback value if the variable cannot be resolved. Any variable can be addressed from anywhere in the template.


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