This utility is obsolete beginning with GrADS version 2.1.
For more information, see the section in the User's Guide on Producing Hardcopy Image Output from GrADS.
gxps [ -crd -i <infile> -o <outfile> ] ]
gxps is a UNIX utility that converts the GrADS metacode format file to a
PostScript file. Command line arguments and switches are:
-i fnameidentifies input GrADS metacode file
-o fnameidentifies output postscript file
-cprints color plot
-rprints on a black background
-ddoes not append CTRL-D to the file, useful if printing on a HP1200C/PS color printer
gxpsis to create a grayscale plot on a white background. The GrADS default rainbow colors (color numbers 2 to 14) are converted into appropriate grey shades. User-defined colors (numbers above 15) are translated to greyscale intensity based on their green content only.
gxps -cr -i mytest.mf -o mytest.ps
Convert GrADS metacode format file
mytest.mf to a color
plot on a black background and outputs the result to PostScript file