Installing matplotlib1.5.1 in python3.5 and linux

Hi
I am trying to install matplotlib 1.5.0 /1.5.1 version in my CentOS7 --
Python3.5 active machine. I have resolved all the dependencies stated in the
INSTALL file and also have updated setuptools to latest one. However, to my
bad luck i am not able to resolve this one particular issue shown in the
image.
<http://matplotlib.1069221.n5.nabble.com/file/n46786/matplotlib.png>

I have tried following ways of install

1) pip3 install matplotlib==1.5.1
2) easy_install-3.5 -m matplotlib

Both results in same above issue. I am clueless on what is the problem.
Anyone solved this issue?

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It looks like you do not have a complier installed or you have an env set
to an empty string. That line should have g++ at the beginning of it.

Tom

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On Wed, Mar 9, 2016, 09:16 msharmvikram <msharmavikram at gmail.com> wrote:

Hi
I am trying to install matplotlib 1.5.0 /1.5.1 version in my CentOS7 --
Python3.5 active machine. I have resolved all the dependencies stated in
the
INSTALL file and also have updated setuptools to latest one. However, to my
bad luck i am not able to resolve this one particular issue shown in the
image.
<http://matplotlib.1069221.n5.nabble.com/file/n46786/matplotlib.png>

I have tried following ways of install

1) pip3 install matplotlib==1.5.1
2) easy_install-3.5 -m matplotlib

Both results in same above issue. I am clueless on what is the problem.
Anyone solved this issue?

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