We use a third party grpahing control in our VC++ GUI and it is a real pain, having far too much unnecessary functionality (for us!). I found SCIGRAPH and it seems to be much more in line with our farily basic requirements. I have no experience with QuickWin at all so I need to ask the question:

Is it feasible to adapt SCIGRAPH to be used in some way from an MFC VC++ environment?

At a push I could go down to our FORTRAN engine, but since its an online (unattended) executable I'd prefer if it wasn't able to 'pop-up' windows of any sort.

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No - SCIGRAPH depends on QuickWin, so you'd at the very least have to be in a QuickWin application which then defines the interface to some degree.


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