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Timestamp:
Nov 6, 2008 9:49:00 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
andreasw
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added patch for FilterSQP code

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  • ThirdParty/FilterSQP/trunk/INSTALL.FilterSQP

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    1 Installation of the FilterSQP library for COIN
     1Installation of the FilterSQP code for COIN
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    33**********************************************************************
     
    66**********************************************************************
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    8 You need to obtain the source files yourself.
     81. Getting the source code:
    99
    10 Then put the source files into a subdirectory call 'source' in this
    11 directory, so that 'source/src' contains the source files (such as filter.f)
     10You need to obtain the source files for FilterSQP yourself. 
     11
     12FilterSQP has been developed by
     13
     14  Roger Fletcher
     15       University of Dundee
     16       http://www.maths.dundee.ac.uk/~fletcher
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     18  Sven Leyffer
     19       Argonne National Laboratories
     20       http://www.mcs.anl.gov/~leyffer
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     22and is listed here:
     23
     24http://www.mcs.anl.gov/~leyffer/solvers.html
     25
     26In order to obtain a copy of FilterSQP, please contact the above
     27authors.
     28
     292. Putting the source code into the expected place:
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     31Once you have source code, please put the source files into a
     32subdirectory call 'source' in this directory, so that 'source/src'
     33contains the source files (such as filter.f)
     34
     353. Applying the patches:
     36
     37In order to use FilterSQP with Bonmin, three files have to be changed
     38slightly.  For this, please run the following command in this current
     39directory:
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     41patch -p0 < filtersqp.patch
     42
     434. Configuration
     44
     45Once you have the source code in source/src with the required patches,
     46you need to (re)run the configure script in the project's base
     47directory.
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