gracetmpl - Provide an easy way to use existing grace-files as a template
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The GraceTMPL classes provide an easy way to use existing grace-files as a
template to format any number of graphs in a predefined way and save them as
grace-files. This way you can apply the same graphical appearance to all of
your data. In case your preferences change, you just alter the template and
reformat your complete set of data within the shortest amount of time.
The capabilities of GraceTMPL include:
* The application using the GraceTMPL classes can define environment
variables for the sheet, each graph and each dataset. The variables can
be used in the template for dynamic string replacement. Even output
filenames can be templated using variable substitution.
* Datasets in the template file can be marked to be included in the
destination files for easy reference.
* Datasets can be tagged with arbitrary information strings to be
interpreted by the application using GraceTMPL. This way information can
be passed to the application on how to create the datasets and what kind
of information is intended by the template author.
* In case no template file is loaded by the application, GraceTMPL::Save
will output plain sets of data tables which can easily be imported by
XmGrace or other applications.
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The gracetmpl port currently does not have a maintainer. As a result, it is
more likely to have unresolved issues, not be up-to-date, or even be removed in
the future. To volunteer to maintain this port, please create an issue at:
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Install gracetmpl txz package:
# pkg install gracetmpl