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README file for MS Windows version of gnuplot.
28th January 1993

Windows 3.0 and 3.1  (WIN16)
----------------------------

Windows gnuplot requires 4 files to run:
    WGNUPLOT.EXE        Main program
    WGNUPLOT.DLL        Graphics and Text window library
    WGNUPLOT.HLP        Windows Help file
    WGNUPLOT.MNU        Menu file
These 4 files must be in the same directory.

More information is available from gnuplot 'help set terminal windows'.

WGNUPLOT runs in standard and enhanced modes.

Windows 3.1 is preferred, but it will run under Windows 3.0
with the following restrictions:
1. COMMDLG.DLL and SHELL.DLL (available with Windows 3.1 or Borland C++ 3.1)
   must be in the windows directory.
2. WGNUPLOT.HLP produced by Borland C++ 3.1 is in Windows 3.1 format.
   You need to use the WINHELP.EXE supplied with Borland C++ 3.1.
3. WGNUPLOT won't run in real mode due to lack of memory.
4. Truetype fonts are not available in the graph window.
5. Drag-drop does not work.

The Borland makefile is makefile.win.
Windows gnuplot has only been tested with Borland C++ 3.1.  
Before making wgnuplot you will need to edit the TC = line 
to specify the location of your compiler.

The Microsoft C 7.0 makefile is makefile.msw.
This version has had very little testing and currently crashes
if you set samples >= 2048.

Windows 95 and Windows NT (WIN32) (or 3.1 with win32s ?)
---------------------------------

When compiling with Microsoft Visual C/C++ for NT you should use
makefile.nt from the top directory and build the project from a
command line prompt with nmake 

  nmake -f makefile.nt

If you want to use the interactive debugger you will need to
compile gnuplot from the IDE. For this purpose you can use the
gnuplot.mak file in this directory, but first copy it into the
top directory. Remember that this project file for the IDE will
*not* build the complete package, just the executable for
debugging purposes.