Well, after following the steps of the wiki, and installing pango in my ubuntu distro using the gnome package assistant, it seems that plplot can not find it. I have seen that I have to use pkg-config, but I do not know how. I am not so sure if it is for that, because on the examples I have seen that it is more related with the other package needed called LASi.
Is it true? Anyone can help me to fix this problem?
Thank you very much in advance,
CMake needs pkg-config for pango to determine the correct compiler and linker options. Depending on your distribution you just have to install the pkg-config package (rpm, deb, whatever). If Cmake can pick up pkg-config it will then be able to determine the necessary options and pango should be recognized.
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