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#73 fixed make sure third party projects can be disabled andreasw andreasw

For some of the third party projects, it does not work to specify --without-blabla to make sure that they are not compiled even when their source code is there.

  • metis: --without-metis crashes configure script
  • lapack: --without-lapack still compiles LAPACK code if it is there, but it is not linked into executable
  • mumps: --without-mumpslib ?
  • ASL: --without-asldir still compiles ASL, but does not link it into the code (e.g., Ipopt)
#75 fixed linking with cl and ifort andreasw schulz

Hy, I have configured Ipopt under cygwin:

configure --enable-doscompile=msvc

using cl (MSVS 9.0) and ifort successfully, but the linking step seems to take forever. I stopped it after roughly 12 hours. I would like to know if i miss to set any additional flags? Regards Christian

#76 fixed several public headers mess with user's projects andreasw bubla

Hello, I have discovered that your public headers contain stuff that should be internal. For example OsiConfig?.h #undefs PACKAGE_NAME I think that this issue is closely related to the build system, so I post it here. It took me half an hour to figure out why I can't use PACKAGE_NAME in my program because of this :-)

I wonder what's the reason for it anyway. For instance if this is needed during build time, it should be placed into a protective #ifdef section that is accessible only during build... An article that says something about this can be found here:

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