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#92 invalid Cbc compilation problem.. stefan chtsolak

I am a student and i make research. I use windows 7 and MS visual studio 2010 ultimate.

I want to run gamsTest.cpp which is in Cbc-2.7.4\Cbc\test directory in Cbc package, in order to compare with the gams model.

I make a new visual studio project and i copy-paste the code in the source code .cpp file.

But during the compilation i get many errors about the .hpp files

One of the, common between them errors, is:

" 11 IntelliSense?: cannot open source file "CoinError?.hpp" c:\users\christos\desktop\dipl\dipl_test\dipl_test\dipl_test.cpp 14 1 dipl_test "

Maybe i did not understand the concept of the way should be compiled, and all the above are irrelevant...

Please enlight me. Thank you in advance.

#91 invalid run_autotools & configure insert carriage returns in libtool file stefan

I am trying to use BuildTools? for my own solver, since it utilizes many coin-or packages.

Based on the web manual, I have created and files in proper directories of my project directory. BuildTools?/run_autotools has been successfully executed and created configure and other files. And ./configure has also been successfully done. But running make file gives a syntax error when using libtool file. When looking into libtool file, I have found that libtool file contains lots of carriage returns. After eliminating all carriage returns by tr -d '\r' libtool command, everything has run successfully.

I have found this issue on Mac OSX and Red Hat Enterprise.

#90 fixed pkg-config search path setup assumes libdir is prefix/lib stefan stefan

When creating addlibs files from .pc files, the Makefile's augment PKG_CONFIG_SEARCH_PATH by $prefix/lib/pkgconfig, assuming that .pc files are installed there. This does not work if a user changes the library installation directory via configure's --libdir option.

An easy workaround for a user is to set a link $prefix/lib -> $libdir.

There may be other places where $prefix/lib == $libdir is assumed.

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