MathGL library make wide spectrum of mathematical graphics (plots, surfaces, contours, isosurfaces and so on) in platform independent way. Graphics may be exported to EPS, SVG, PNG or JPEG formats. Front-end for library is based on OpenGL and GLUT libraries. Also it is possible to draw plots in console regime directly to the file (bitmap or vector) without using X-server. Output graphics is adopted to use with wxWidgets, FLTK and any other window libraries.
Im having the same problem as the guests below me, this console window that appears for a fraction of a second is actually the prompt telling that "kuickshow is not a recognized command". This kuickshow is actually a *nix image visualizer, wich does not exist in a windows version. How do you get past that?
Could you please give some proper usage guide of MathGL for devcpp. I installed it, used the -lmgl flag for linker and now the C version of the program compiles in devcpp, but when executed, a black window appears briefly (less than a second) and then disappears. No errors are triggered and compilation successful is said. In the C++ versions of the codes, few hundred errors called "warning: division by zero in `0.0f / 0.'" is shown, in each and every function declaration in mgl.h; and program cannot compile
After downloading and installing the MathGL Package to Dev-C and merely copying in one of the simple examples for 'Purc C', I get the following error for each of the methods that I know are in the #include <mgl/mgl_c.h> file:
[Linker error] undefined reference to 'mgl_create_graph_zb'
MathGL looks like it will be very useful, so any help you can give me would be appreciated.