. One needs python development libraries and some python packages to get the spectrograms and some of the other features enabled. The configure script will tell you what it found or did not find in a summary at the end. It should be possible install everything needed with some brew and pip commands. There are some mac build instructions
included but I only dig out my 2012 macbook air occasionally to test on mac so they aren't entirely up to date. The need to pip install libtfr for the spectrograms at least is missing.
I cannot get this sucker to build on my '16 MBP with Ventura. I suspect the problem is that I have Anaconda on here, so python is not in a standard library (but all the paths are updated). I installed Python from python.org removed the Anaconda paths, updated ./bash_profile and /etc/paths and still nada.
I did see the need to reinstall libtfr, so did that, also I needed to install CoreFoundation, which is part of PyObjC package. I can't see what else I am missing though.
My suspicion is that somewhere there's a C routine calling "python" instead of "python3" but I can't find it. (i've even re-aliased 'python' to 'python3' just to be sure and ... no dice)
I did try the suggestion to include the LIBS variable, but that doesn't seem to have helped either (maybe i'm putting in the wrong thing there, too)?
Attached is my most recent config.log. Let me know if you see anything jumping out at you.