I am trying to build gdl -0.9.2 on a 64-bit system:
Linux Dans-PC 220.127.116.11 #3 SMP Sat Apr 9 22:49:32 CDT 2011 x86_64 Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux
I have downloaded both plplot-5.9.9-8.1.2.x86_64 and plplot-devel-5.9.9-8.1.2.x86_64 as pre-built binaries. The libraries are installed in /usr/lib64. nm -D libplplotcxxd.so yields
root@Dans-PC:/usr/lib64# nm -D libplplotcxxd.so |grep plsexit
while nm -D libplplotd.so yields
root@Dans-PC:/usr/lib64# nm -D libplplotd.so |grep plsexit
0000000000026c20 T plsexit
so the function is present. I'm running configure with the command
./configure -prefix=/usr/local -libdir=/usr/local/lib64 -with-plplot=/usr/lib64
and getting the following message
checking for omp.h… yes
OpenMP enabled (omp.h file was found).
Try -with-openmp=no if your compiler does not support it (e.g. GCC < 4.2)
checking for gsl_ran_binomial_knuth in -lgsl… yes
checking for cblas_drot in -lgslcblas… yes
checking for plsexit in -lplplotcxxd… no
Error! plplot library is required but was not found
Use -with-plplot=DIR to specify the plplot directory tree
(suitable Debian/Ubuntu packages: libplplot-dev, plplot9-driver-xwin)
Why is configure not finding plsexit and how can I fix this?
Please try using CMake instead of configure which will soon be deprecated for GDL.
Instead of "./configure" you just type "cmake ."
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