• Preview your gnuplot figures in VS Code

    From fizzybreezy@21:1/5 to All on Sun Mar 8 23:10:20 2020
    Hello,

    I developed a VS Code extension to preview gnuplot figures when editing it and I want to share it with you to boost your work.

    Here is the link : https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=fizzybreezy.gnuplot

    And here is the source code : https://github.com/fizzybreezy/vscode-gnuplot

    To active preview, just use command `gnuplot.view` or hotkey `ctrl(cmd) + alt +v` when editing gnuplot scripts ( *.gnuplot, *.gnu, *.plot, *.plt, *.gp ).The preview panel will auto refresh when you change your script and switch editor windows between
    scripts.

    Enjoy this extension and welcome to help me improve it by post issues and pull request.

    fizzybreezy

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  • From Cristian Camilo Mejia@21:1/5 to fizzybreezy on Mon Mar 9 19:41:39 2020
    Hi man!
    This sounds great for me. But, to be honest, I do not have idea of VS Code. I have installed VS Code on mac then I have installed the extension. However, still I can’t realize what do you mean with "Make sure you have added the directory containing
    gnuplot binary to PATH environment variable and restart VS Code before using this extension.” How can I do that...? There exist an ini file for VS Code? Where is it?
    Thanks in advance,
    Crist.

    On Monday, March 9, 2020 at 1:10:21 AM UTC-5, fizzybreezy wrote:
    Hello,

    I developed a VS Code extension to preview gnuplot figures when editing it and I want to share it with you to boost your work.

    Here is the link : https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=fizzybreezy.gnuplot

    And here is the source code : https://github.com/fizzybreezy/vscode-gnuplot

    To active preview, just use command `gnuplot.view` or hotkey `ctrl(cmd) + alt +v` when editing gnuplot scripts ( *.gnuplot, *.gnu, *.plot, *.plt, *.gp ).The preview panel will auto refresh when you change your script and switch editor windows between
    scripts.

    Enjoy this extension and welcome to help me improve it by post issues and pull request.

    fizzybreezy

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  • From hiiiide42@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Wed Mar 11 03:55:32 2020
    在 2020年3月10日星期二 UTC+8上午10:41:41,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi man!
    This sounds great for me. But, to be honest, I do not have idea of VS Code. I have installed VS Code on mac then I have installed the extension. However, still I can’t realize what do you mean with "Make sure you have added the directory containing
    gnuplot binary to PATH environment variable and restart VS Code before using this extension.” How can I do that...? There exist an ini file for VS Code? Where is it?
    Thanks in advance,
    Crist.

    On Monday, March 9, 2020 at 1:10:21 AM UTC-5, fizzybreezy wrote:
    Hello,

    I developed a VS Code extension to preview gnuplot figures when editing it and I want to share it with you to boost your work.

    Here is the link : https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=fizzybreezy.gnuplot

    And here is the source code : https://github.com/fizzybreezy/vscode-gnuplot

    To active preview, just use command `gnuplot.view` or hotkey `ctrl(cmd) + alt +v` when editing gnuplot scripts ( *.gnuplot, *.gnu, *.plot, *.plt, *.gp ).The preview panel will auto refresh when you change your script and switch editor windows between
    scripts.

    Enjoy this extension and welcome to help me improve it by post issues and pull request.

    fizzybreezy

    hi crist,

    well, I didn't test this extension on mac and I am not familiar with mac. I'll try to give some advice.

    1. just open a gnuplot script in VS Code and open the preview panel by pressing `cmd + alt +v` ,change and save your script(do not `set terminal` and `set output`),see if the extension is worked.

    2. if not, reinstall gnuplot with brew and restart vscode(maybe also your computer). here is tutorial, https://gist.github.com/scuxiayiqian/c8ea9452f86dc1918de92b136e772c80.

    Hopefully this will work for you, if you still have troubles, fell free to ask me and i'll try to help.

    fizzy

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  • From Cristian Camilo Mejia@21:1/5 to hiii...@gmail.com on Wed Mar 11 07:34:35 2020
    Hi fizzy! It works!. It seems that my problem came from gnuplot/vscode: “Cannot find or open file”. In the script I have a line with set loadpath '../‘, which works well directly in gnuplot.

    Thank you so much for your reply.
    Best,
    Crist.


    On Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 5:55:34 AM UTC-5, hiii...@gmail.com wrote:
    在 2020年3月10日星期二 UTC+8上午10:41:41,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi man!
    This sounds great for me. But, to be honest, I do not have idea of VS Code. I have installed VS Code on mac then I have installed the extension. However, still I can’t realize what do you mean with "Make sure you have added the directory containing
    gnuplot binary to PATH environment variable and restart VS Code before using this extension.” How can I do that...? There exist an ini file for VS Code? Where is it?
    Thanks in advance,
    Crist.

    On Monday, March 9, 2020 at 1:10:21 AM UTC-5, fizzybreezy wrote:
    Hello,

    I developed a VS Code extension to preview gnuplot figures when editing it and I want to share it with you to boost your work.

    Here is the link : https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=fizzybreezy.gnuplot

    And here is the source code : https://github.com/fizzybreezy/vscode-gnuplot

    To active preview, just use command `gnuplot.view` or hotkey `ctrl(cmd) + alt +v` when editing gnuplot scripts ( *.gnuplot, *.gnu, *.plot, *.plt, *.gp ).The preview panel will auto refresh when you change your script and switch editor windows
    between scripts.

    Enjoy this extension and welcome to help me improve it by post issues and pull request.

    fizzybreezy

    hi crist,

    well, I didn't test this extension on mac and I am not familiar with mac. I'll try to give some advice.

    1. just open a gnuplot script in VS Code and open the preview panel by pressing `cmd + alt +v` ,change and save your script(do not `set terminal` and `set output`),see if the extension is worked.

    2. if not, reinstall gnuplot with brew and restart vscode(maybe also your computer). here is tutorial, https://gist.github.com/scuxiayiqian/c8ea9452f86dc1918de92b136e772c80.

    Hopefully this will work for you, if you still have troubles, fell free to ask me and i'll try to help.

    fizzy

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  • From hiiiide42@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Thu Mar 12 01:25:18 2020
    在 2020年3月11日星期三 UTC+8下午10:34:38,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi fizzy! It works!. It seems that my problem came from gnuplot/vscode: “Cannot find or open file”. In the script I have a line with set loadpath '../‘, which works well directly in gnuplot.

    Thank you so much for your reply.
    Best,
    Crist.


    On Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 5:55:34 AM UTC-5, hiii...@gmail.com wrote:
    在 2020年3月10日星期二 UTC+8上午10:41:41,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi man!
    This sounds great for me. But, to be honest, I do not have idea of VS Code. I have installed VS Code on mac then I have installed the extension. However, still I can’t realize what do you mean with "Make sure you have added the directory
    containing gnuplot binary to PATH environment variable and restart VS Code before using this extension.” How can I do that...? There exist an ini file for VS Code? Where is it?
    Thanks in advance,
    Crist.

    On Monday, March 9, 2020 at 1:10:21 AM UTC-5, fizzybreezy wrote:
    Hello,

    I developed a VS Code extension to preview gnuplot figures when editing it and I want to share it with you to boost your work.

    Here is the link : https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=fizzybreezy.gnuplot

    And here is the source code : https://github.com/fizzybreezy/vscode-gnuplot

    To active preview, just use command `gnuplot.view` or hotkey `ctrl(cmd) + alt +v` when editing gnuplot scripts ( *.gnuplot, *.gnu, *.plot, *.plt, *.gp ).The preview panel will auto refresh when you change your script and switch editor windows
    between scripts.

    Enjoy this extension and welcome to help me improve it by post issues and pull request.

    fizzybreezy

    hi crist,

    well, I didn't test this extension on mac and I am not familiar with mac. I'll try to give some advice.

    1. just open a gnuplot script in VS Code and open the preview panel by pressing `cmd + alt +v` ,change and save your script(do not `set terminal` and `set output`),see if the extension is worked.

    2. if not, reinstall gnuplot with brew and restart vscode(maybe also your computer). here is tutorial, https://gist.github.com/scuxiayiqian/c8ea9452f86dc1918de92b136e772c80.

    Hopefully this will work for you, if you still have troubles, fell free to ask me and i'll try to help.

    fizzy

    hi crist,

    I have published a patched version and now you can use lines like `loadpath '../'` .

    cheers,
    fizzy

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  • From Cristian Camilo Mejia@21:1/5 to hiii...@gmail.com on Thu Mar 12 07:20:22 2020
    On Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 3:25:20 AM UTC-5, hiii...@gmail.com wrote:
    在 2020年3月11日星期三 UTC+8下午10:34:38,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi fizzy! It works!. It seems that my problem came from gnuplot/vscode: “Cannot find or open file”. In the script I have a line with set loadpath '../‘, which works well directly in gnuplot.

    Thank you so much for your reply.
    Best,
    Crist.


    On Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 5:55:34 AM UTC-5, hiii...@gmail.com wrote:
    在 2020年3月10日星期二 UTC+8上午10:41:41,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi man!
    This sounds great for me. But, to be honest, I do not have idea of VS Code. I have installed VS Code on mac then I have installed the extension. However, still I can’t realize what do you mean with "Make sure you have added the directory
    containing gnuplot binary to PATH environment variable and restart VS Code before using this extension.” How can I do that...? There exist an ini file for VS Code? Where is it?
    Thanks in advance,
    Crist.

    On Monday, March 9, 2020 at 1:10:21 AM UTC-5, fizzybreezy wrote:
    Hello,

    I developed a VS Code extension to preview gnuplot figures when editing it and I want to share it with you to boost your work.

    Here is the link : https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=fizzybreezy.gnuplot

    And here is the source code : https://github.com/fizzybreezy/vscode-gnuplot

    To active preview, just use command `gnuplot.view` or hotkey `ctrl(cmd) + alt +v` when editing gnuplot scripts ( *.gnuplot, *.gnu, *.plot, *.plt, *.gp ).The preview panel will auto refresh when you change your script and switch editor windows
    between scripts.

    Enjoy this extension and welcome to help me improve it by post issues and pull request.

    fizzybreezy

    hi crist,

    well, I didn't test this extension on mac and I am not familiar with mac. I'll try to give some advice.

    1. just open a gnuplot script in VS Code and open the preview panel by pressing `cmd + alt +v` ,change and save your script(do not `set terminal` and `set output`),see if the extension is worked.

    2. if not, reinstall gnuplot with brew and restart vscode(maybe also your computer). here is tutorial, https://gist.github.com/scuxiayiqian/c8ea9452f86dc1918de92b136e772c80.

    Hopefully this will work for you, if you still have troubles, fell free to ask me and i'll try to help.

    fizzy

    hi crist,

    I have published a patched version and now you can use lines like `loadpath '../'` .

    cheers,
    fizzy

    Dear fizzy,
    Great! I will try it soon.
    Thanks a lot,
    Crist.

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  • From Nope Nope@21:1/5 to All on Mon Aug 16 03:42:01 2021
    torsdag 12 mars 2020 kl. 15:20:25 UTC+1 skrev Cristian Camilo Mejia:
    On Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 3:25:20 AM UTC-5, hiii...@gmail.com wrote:
    在 2020年3月11日星期三 UTC+8下午10:34:38,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi fizzy! It works!. It seems that my problem came from gnuplot/vscode: “Cannot find or open file”. In the script I have a line with set loadpath '../‘, which works well directly in gnuplot.

    Thank you so much for your reply.
    Best,
    Crist.


    On Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 5:55:34 AM UTC-5, hiii...@gmail.com wrote:
    在 2020年3月10日星期二 UTC+8上午10:41:41,Cristian Camilo Mejia写道:
    Hi man!
    This sounds great for me. But, to be honest, I do not have idea of VS Code. I have installed VS Code on mac then I have installed the extension. However, still I can’t realize what do you mean with "Make sure you have added the directory
    containing gnuplot binary to PATH environment variable and restart VS Code before using this extension.” How can I do that...? There exist an ini file for VS Code? Where is it?
    Thanks in advance,
    Crist.

    On Monday, March 9, 2020 at 1:10:21 AM UTC-5, fizzybreezy wrote:
    Hello,

    I developed a VS Code extension to preview gnuplot figures when editing it and I want to share it with you to boost your work.

    Here is the link : https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=fizzybreezy.gnuplot

    And here is the source code : https://github.com/fizzybreezy/vscode-gnuplot

    To active preview, just use command `gnuplot.view` or hotkey `ctrl(cmd) + alt +v` when editing gnuplot scripts ( *.gnuplot, *.gnu, *.plot, *.plt, *.gp ).The preview panel will auto refresh when you change your script and switch editor windows
    between scripts.

    Enjoy this extension and welcome to help me improve it by post issues and pull request.

    fizzybreezy

    hi crist,

    well, I didn't test this extension on mac and I am not familiar with mac. I'll try to give some advice.

    1. just open a gnuplot script in VS Code and open the preview panel by pressing `cmd + alt +v` ,change and save your script(do not `set terminal` and `set output`),see if the extension is worked.

    2. if not, reinstall gnuplot with brew and restart vscode(maybe also your computer). here is tutorial, https://gist.github.com/scuxiayiqian/c8ea9452f86dc1918de92b136e772c80.

    Hopefully this will work for you, if you still have troubles, fell free to ask me and i'll try to help.

    fizzy

    hi crist,

    I have published a patched version and now you can use lines like `loadpath '../'` .

    cheers,
    fizzy
    Dear fizzy,
    Great! I will try it soon.
    Thanks a lot,
    Crist.

    Hi. Sorry for the inconvenience to responding to everyone but i couldn't contact/reply other than this: I have downloaded the preview extension for gnuplot code but when i try to run the preview command it fails and says "Gnuplot: Gnuplot: Preview Figure"
    and "command 'gnuplot.view' failed" i have set PATH to the gnuplot bin folder. Do you have any idea what could be done to fix this?

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