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Hi zentara,

Thank you very much for your comments. I just updated the sheet to include your suggestions. Below is a sample 'perldlrc' file for those interested

Cheers,

lin0

# $HOME/.perldlrc # # startup file for perldl shell # # This file must be placed in your home directory. # perldl will look for it during start-up to load # default modules, set shell variables, etc. # If this file is not present, perldl will look for # PDL/default.perldlrc. # The advantage of using .perldlrc, is that you can # choose which modules to load by default # # Note: local defaults can be set using a file named # local.perldlrc # # For more information, please, have a look at: # http://pdl.sourceforge.net/PDLdocs/perldl.html # # Commands from the default startup for perldl shell. use PDL; use PDL::Dbg; # Enable useful commands # PDL waffle options (and pacify -w) BEGIN{ $PDL::debug = $PDL::debug = 0; $PDL::verbose = $PDL::verbose = 1; } use PDL::Doc::Perldl; # online docs module # # Some modules to load by default. # Feel free to add or delete modules from the list # use PDL::Graphics::PGPLOT; ## use 2D plotting package use PDL::Graphics::PGPLOT::Window; use PDL::Graphics::TriD; ## use 3D plotting package use PDL::Image2D; # # Loading the AutoLoader module that implements a MatLab # style AutoLoader for PDL. If a unknown function 'func()' # is called then a file 'func.pdl' is searched for and if # found is read in to define 'func()' which is then executed. # The environment variable PDLLIB defines the search path # used when looking for the file 'func.pdl' # e.g. in bash: # export PDLLIB=/home/lmr/pdllib:/local/pdllib # in csh: # setenv PDLLIB "/home/lmr/pdllib:/local/pdllib" # use PDL::AutoLoader; $PDL::AutoLoader::Rescan = 1; # Rescan .pdl files each time a prompt +goes out # # Set up perldl shell special variables # $PERLDL::MULTI = 1; # Accept multi-line perl blocks $PERLDL::NO_EOF = 1; # Prevent from accidentally exiting perldl by ty +ping ^D # # Greeting... # print "\nWelcome back!\n"; print "\nType 'help' or '?' for basic help.\n"; 1; # Successful completion

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