You'll have to download a version of PlotMM, first. Follow the instructions in the Downloads section to do so.
To successfully compile and use PlotMM on your system, you must have a working installation of GTKmm-2.0 (including development files).
After downloading and unpacking the PlotMM source distribution or checking out the cvs version, change the working directory to the PlotMM sources.
If you obtained a cvs-snapshot or checked out the sources from cvs, it is now time to This will create the configure script which is already provided in official releases.
Now, type to make the library and example programs. Developers working on Makefile.am and such would also want to add '--enable-maintainer-mode' to configure.
If there were no errors, just type now and enjoy the show :-)
If all of the above went well you can now type If the installation base directory is not writable for you, you have to do it as root.
Normally you wouldn't have to build the docs since PlotMM is already shipped with complete docs. Only when starting from a CVS-version you might want to take this step. Doxygen is an essential must-have to process the inline documentation.
- (say something about plotmm.pc here)
(we might want to have a plotmm.spec file some day)
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