Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of GettingStarted


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Timestamp:
Oct 27, 2006 12:58:11 PM (13 years ago)
Author:
pbonami
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Update to new branches system

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  • GettingStarted

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    88 * Mac OS X using gcc 3.* and 4.* (see how to install some required program in OsxInstall)
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    10 Bonmin should be easy relatively easy to install on most un*x's provided that you have a C++ and a Fortran compiler. We don't know anybody who has yet tried to build it in the Microsoft Development Studio, the contribution of anybody who uses Microsoft Development Studio and has good knoweldge of it will be very appreciated.
     10Bonmin should be relatively easy to install on most un*x's provided that you have a C++ and a Fortran compiler. We don't know anybody who has yet tried to build it in the Microsoft Development Studio, the contribution of anybody who uses Microsoft Development Studio and has good knoweldge of it will be very appreciated.
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     12Bonmin instalation follows the guidelines of COIN-OR. We provide here only very brief instructions, please refer to the [https://projects.coin-or.org/BuildTools/wiki BuildTools wiki] for more details.
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     14== Download ==
     15First you need to know which branch of Bonmin you want to download. There are currently three branches:
     16 * The Stable branch,
     17 * The Released branch,
     18 * The Development version.
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    14 == Downloading Bonmin ==
    15 Bonmin is preferably downloaded by using [http://subversion.tigris.org subversion].
     20These different version are made according to the [https://projects.coin-or.org/BuildTools/wiki/pm-svn-releases#Overview guidelines of COIN-OR]. The interpretation of this guidelines for the Bonmin project is explained in BonminBranches.
     21Most user will be only interested in downloading either the latest stable version or the latest released version. The main distinction between them is that a stable version had a two digits version number and can evolve other time to include bug fixes and that the released version has a threee digit version number and should always remain identical. The released versions present an advantage in particular if you want to make experiments which you want to be able to reproduce.
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    17 In Un*x environments, to download the code via svn in a directory say {{{coin-Bonmin}}} issue the following
    18 command:
     23The easiest way to obtained the released version if by downloading a tarball, and the latest release is [http://www.coin-or.org/Tarballs/Bonmin/Bonmin-0.1.0.tgz Bonmin-0.1.0].
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     25The only way to obain one of the stable versions is through [http://subversion.tigris.org subversion].
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     27In Un*x environments, to download the latest stable version of Bonmin ('''0.1'''). Issue the following subversion command
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    2029{{{
    21  svn co https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/Bonmin/trunk coin-Bonmin
     30 svn co https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/Bonmin/stable/0.1 Bonmin-0.1
    2231}}}
    2332
    2433This copies all the necessary COIN-OR files to compile Bonmin to
    25 {{{coin-Bonmin}}}.
     34{{{Bonmin-0.1}}}.
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    27 Alternatively the source code can be obtained [http://www.coin-or.org/Tarballs/Bonmin here] as a tarball by downloading the most recent file Bonmin_YYYYMMMDD.tgz.
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    2937=== Obtaining required third party code ===