I am trying to compile qctool 2 from source (since there are no binaries available).
In the configure step, I get a warning saying that the mgl library is not present:
Setting blddir to : /home/user/download/customrecipes/qctool/qctool/build Using prefix : /home/user/usr Checking for program g++ or c++ : /home/user/usr/bin/g++ Checking for program cpp : /home/user/usr/bin/cpp Checking for program ar : /home/user/usr/bin/ar Checking for program ranlib : /home/user/usr/bin/ranlib Checking for g++ : ok Checking for program gcc or cc : /home/user/usr/bin/gcc Checking for gcc : ok Checking for library blas : yes Checking for library lapack : yes Checking for header sys/time.h : yes Checking for static library z : yes Checking for library dl : yes Checking for library rt : yes Checking for library m : yes Checking for library bz2 : yes Checking for library mgl : not found Checking for library cairo : yes Checking for library pthread : yes Checking for library readline : yes 'configure' finished successfully (5.498s)
I am confused for two reasons:
- the configure step does not return an error code, so it would seem that the installation could proceed even without mgl. However the compilation step fails afterwards
- The documentation says that all the dependencies except libz are included in the repo
How can I install mgl? Which library it is, exactly?