I've been using cairo quite a bit recently. Inevitably, i've found myself wanting to do some graphs. Instead of doing an exhaustive search on the internet, I quickly decided that there was nothing suitable out there and I should do my plots manually for my application.
Some weeks (months?) on, I've noticed that this is not a sensible approach. I've spent a little more time on the internet looking for solutions, and had some helpful suggestions on email lists.
The primary candidate is:
An example is provided: http://plplot.sourcearchive.com/documentation/5.9.2/ext-cairo-test_8c-source.html
Up until now, I've been a heavy user of gnuplot. I'm currently interested in extending gnuplot to support this type of work-flow.
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