A short description of the DISLIN features is given in Overview while a detailed description is available in the online manual and in the alphabetical list of all. This manual describes the data plotting library DISLIN written in the programming languages Fortran and C. The name DISLIN is an abbreviation for. DISLIN PDF Manual – DISLIN is a high-level and easy to use plotting library for displaying data as curves, bar graphs, pie charts, 3D-colour plots, surfaces.
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Downloading DISLIN Documentation
I forgot to say that you should not save the file! MOD is stored in c: Function names lost prefix. Still got the same error. Files worksheet, log, output svg: When attempting to link, there are then undefined references to the module. Reinstalled again downloading the last release from the site Sign up using Email and Password. You should note which version you have, and use the matching as to bit-ness version of IFort.
Looking through the Dislin manual I can’t seem to find an answer, any help would be appreciated. This is open-source project developed by Helmut Michels michels mps.
Later I’ll try to show some examples. You cannot delete your posts in this forum. There is a bug in SMath Studio I think, we must wait until Andrey say something about saving function names with points. It seems that the Microsoft linker does not find this library.
Using DISLIN to make a GUI for a Fortran Program
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Log file is available only if SMath is running, deleted after closing. Dis,in mean to uninstall all Smath even if I am using actually an updated version of Smath portable. Do not save the worksheet!
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Post as a guest Name. Does this note about libcmt mean something? Sources can be found at https: I bought the really excellent manual whihc explains how to install the libraries. The example file loads and after a little bit comes up the screen with: As soon as I tried 64 bit – it went to hell in a hand basket.
It is possible to write some wrapper for it or make a stand alone region but in these directions will be lost some original functionality. I’m not sure how you even got the path to ifort unless you added it manually. Thanks a lot and best regards Franco. Don’t forget to show log. Skip to main content. Uninstalled everything using Windows uninstallthen deleted Smath directory and other directories linked to Smath I guess. Wanna join the discussion?! VladimirF Those first two commands in the original post work perfectly for programs without any attached modules.
A complete set of dislib in a single plugin, diskin is wonderful I cannot evaluate the functions, seems something is missing Best regards, Davide If you like my plugins please consider making a donation to SMath Studio.
Make sure to use the latest version. Maybe you don’t know how to select a bit configuration. You must read the user manual before continuing experiments.
Ok – you have “mixed C library syndrome”. Thanks to Andrey for the explanation. Strange on my system Smath crashes and I am forced to close the program.
Tested only with Win x I am using Intel Fortran 15 – so I swapped to the m version of the library and ddislin worked perfectly. How do I compile the program in VS ? I used the Intel provided 64 bit development environment and did the same procedure as before and got a whole lot of unresolved references on linking.
I have still problem due to my ignorance of the new Image region to visualize it in Smath. I’m just using Visual Studiowhere I manul have such a problem. I tried the different libraries.
The problem is that dlink only takes as an argument the name of the main program. When a program written in Fortran links to Dislin, I use: I have Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and it works fine for me. Therefore manyal is necessary to follow exactly what I write.