On Thursday, 11 January 2018 at 16:25, Alexander Ploumistos wrote:
I have kept the bundled version in SciDAVis for the time being. A
days ago there was a commit by a developer that contributes to both
projects, which brought the bundled library up to speed with upstream
liborigin. However, I think that there are still some LabPlot-specific
quirks, haven't really had the time to do a thorough inspection.
That sounds promising. Forks should be avoided if possible.
Both liborigin and liborigin2 are still around and since LabPlot
get an optional liborigin dependency at some point, it seems to me
that the logical thing to do would be to get rid of liborigin2, update
liborigin to v3.x when it is released and obsolete the older versions
of the libraries.
That seems the right direction, yes.
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