Re: A debian-user question.
Karsten Bolding wrote:
> This is not a debian specific question - but its asked by a debian user
> and will be used on a debian system...
> I'm in the process of writing a frontend to a turbulence modelling
> For the GUI I'm thinking of either perl-tk or using the visual tcl
> package - any opinions? The GUI will contain radio-buttons,
> entry-fields, file-browser etc. to specify the different parameters for
> the model.
I'd definitely go with perl-tk for this. IIRC, it'll do your graphing,
> My real question concerns a package that will do real time plotting of
> the results of the turbulence modelling - this is simple X-Y graphs but
> they evolve over time so I need to - at run time - update the graphs
> based on the results of the turbulence calculations. Since I'm not at
> all a X-programmer I would like something a bit more high-level.
> If this is going to work - the resulting code would be an example of
> very specialized open-source code.
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