source: branches/BSP/trunk/Cbc/configure.ac @ 752

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fixing linking issues with ASL (temporary fix)

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1# Copyright (C) 2006, 2007 International Business Machines.
2# All Rights Reserved.
3# This file is distributed under the Common Public License.
4
5## $Id: configure.ac 752 2007-08-14 19:02:01Z andreasw $
6
7# Author:  Andreas Waechter            IBM    2006-04-13
8
9#############################################################################
10#                       Names and other basic things                        #
11#############################################################################
12
13AC_PREREQ(2.59)
14
15AC_INIT([Cbc],[1.2trunk],[coin-cbc@list.coin-or.org])
16
17AC_COPYRIGHT([
18Copyright 2006 International Business Machines and others.
19All Rights Reserved.
20This file is part of the open source package Coin which is distributed
21under the Common Public License.])
22
23# List one file in the package so that the configure script can test
24# whether the package is actually there
25AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR(src/CbcTree.hpp)
26
27# Where should everything be installed by default?  Here, we want it
28# to be installed directly in 'bin', 'lib', 'include' subdirectories
29# of the directory where configure is run.  The default would be
30# /usr/local.
31AC_PREFIX_DEFAULT([`pwd`])
32
33#############################################################################
34#                         Standard build tool stuff                         #
35#############################################################################
36
37# Get the system type
38AC_CANONICAL_BUILD
39
40# If this project depends on external projects, the Externals file in
41# the source root directory contains definition of where to find those
42# externals.  The following macro ensures that those externals are
43# retrieved by svn if they are not there yet.
44AC_COIN_PROJECTDIR_INIT
45
46# Check if user wants to produce debugging code
47AC_COIN_DEBUG_COMPILE(Cbc)
48
49# Get the name of the C++ compiler and appropriate compiler options
50AC_COIN_PROG_CXX
51
52# Initialize automake and libtool
53AC_COIN_INIT_AUTO_TOOLS
54
55#############################################################################
56#                              COIN components                              #
57#############################################################################
58
59AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(Cbc)
60AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(Cgl)
61AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(Clp)
62AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(CoinUtils)
63AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(DyLP)
64AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(Osi)
65AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(Vol)
66AC_COIN_HAS_PROJECT(SYMPHONY)
67
68#############################################################################
69#                            Third party solvers                            #
70#############################################################################
71
72# Check which third party solvers are available ToDo!
73AC_COIN_HAS_USER_LIBRARY([Cplex],[CPX],[cplex.h],[CPXgetstat])
74AC_COIN_HAS_USER_LIBRARY([FortMP],[FMP])  #ToDo! is Fortran?
75AC_COIN_HAS_USER_LIBRARY([Mosek],[MSK],[mosekdl.h],[MSK_openmosek])
76AC_COIN_HAS_USER_LIBRARY([Osl],[OSL],[ekk_c_api.h],[ekk_simplex])
77AC_COIN_HAS_USER_LIBRARY([Soplex],[SPX],[spxsolver.h]) # ToDo
78AC_COIN_HAS_USER_LIBRARY([Xpress],[XPR],[xprs.h],[XPRSsetintcontrol])
79
80AC_COIN_HAS_GLPK(Glpk)
81
82#############################################################################
83#                       Other third party software                          #
84#############################################################################
85
86# Ampl Solver library
87AC_COIN_HAS_ASL
88
89# In this particular case we include the ASL in ADDLIBS, since currently
90# code in libCbc requires symbols from the ASL.  Later, when any AMPL code
91# is separated, this should go again.  NOTE: At that point, ASLLIB needs
92# to be used in Cbc/src/Makefile.am again (see comment there)
93ADDLIBS="$ASLLIB $ADDLIBS"
94
95#############################################################################
96#                       CbcGeneric configuration                            #
97#############################################################################
98
99# Are we building cbc-generic? Default is no (false).
100
101AC_ARG_WITH([cbc-generic],
102  AS_HELP_STRING([--with-cbc-generic],
103                 [specify whether to build cbc-generic (default: no)]),
104  [case $withval in
105    yes) cbc_with_cbc_generic=true ;;
106      *) cbc_with_cbc_generic=false ;;
107   esac],
108  [cbc_with_cbc_generic=false])
109if test x"$cbc_with_cbc_generic" = xyes ; then
110  AC_MSG_NOTICE([building cbc-generic])
111fi
112AM_CONDITIONAL(CBC_BUILD_CBC_GENERIC,
113               test x"$cbc_with_cbc_generic" = xtrue)
114
115# Set the default solver for cbc-generic. In theory, any OsiXXX should work.
116# In practice, only the three listed below have had any testing.
117
118AC_MSG_CHECKING(for cbc-generic default solver)
119AC_ARG_WITH([cbc-generic-solver],
120            AC_HELP_STRING([--with-cbc-generic-solver],
121                           [specify default solver for cbc-generic in lower
122                            case letters (if not given, clp is assumed)]),
123            [cbc_default_solver=$withval],
124            [cbc_default_solver=clp])
125AC_MSG_RESULT($cbc_default_solver)
126
127case $cbc_default_solver in
128   clp)
129    ;;
130  dylp)
131    ;;
132  glpk)
133    ;;
134     *)
135    AC_MSG_WARN([Unrecognised solver $cbc_default_solver chosen as cbc-generic default solver.])
136    ;;
137esac
138AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([CBC_DEFAULT_SOLVER],"$cbc_default_solver",
139  [Define to the name of the default solver to be used in cbc-generic in small letters])
140
141
142#############################################################################
143#                       Cbc parallel configuration                          #
144#############################################################################
145
146# First we define a new option, --enable-cbc-parallel
147
148AC_ARG_ENABLE([cbc-parallel],
149[AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-cbc-parallel],
150                [enables compilation of the SMP version of Cbc])])
151
152if test "$enable_cbc_parallel" = yes; then
153  # Define the preprocessor macro
154  AC_DEFINE([CBC_THREAD],[1],[Define to 1 if the SMP version of Cbc should be compiled])
155  AC_CHECK_LIB([rt],[clock_gettime],
156               [ADDLIBS="-lrt $ADDLIBS"],
157               [AC_MSG_ERROR([--enable-cbc-parallel selected, but -lrt unavailable])])
158  AC_CHECK_LIB([pthread],[pthread_create],
159               [ADDLIBS="-lpthread $ADDLIBS"],
160               [AC_MSG_ERROR([--enable-cbc-parallel selected, but -lpthreads unavailable])])
161fi
162
163##############################################################################
164#                   VPATH links for example input files                      #
165##############################################################################
166
167# In case this is a VPATH configuration we need to make sure that the
168# input files for the examples are available in the VPATH directory.
169
170AC_COIN_VPATH_LINK(examples/sudoku_sample.csv)
171AC_COIN_VPATH_LINK(examples/quad.mps)
172AC_COIN_VPATH_LINK(examples/quad2.mps)
173
174##############################################################################
175#                   Finishing up by writing all the output                   #
176##############################################################################
177
178# Here list all the files that configure should create (except for the
179# configuration header file)
180AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile
181                 examples/Makefile
182                 src/Makefile
183                 test/Makefile
184                 cbc_addlibs.txt])
185
186# Here put the location and name of the configuration header file
187AC_CONFIG_HEADER([inc/config_cbc.h])
188
189# Finally, we let configure write all the output...
190AC_COIN_FINALIZE
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