Changeset 479 for trunk/Docs/intro.xml


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Oct 17, 2004 6:45:07 PM (16 years ago)
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ddelanu
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Update for INFORMS server, not necessarily release version

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    1111  The COIN  Linear Program code or CLP is an open-source simplex solver written
    1212  in C++.  It is primarily meant to be used as a callable library, but a
    13   basic stand-alone executable version is also available.  This
    14   is the first edition of the User Guide, and is to be considered a work in
    15   progress.
     13  basic, stand-alone <link linkend="clpexe">executable</link> version is also
     14  available.
    1615  </para>
    1716  <para>
    18   This document is designed to be used in conjunction with the Samples
    19   subdirectory of the Clp directory (i.e. <filename>COIN/Clp/Samples</filename>).
    20   In the rare event that this document conflicts with the observed behavior of
    21   the source code, the comments in the header files (found in
    22   <filename>COIN/Clp/include</filename>) are the ultimate reference.
     17  There are a number of resources available to help new CLP users get started.
     18  This document is designed to be used in conjunction with the files in the
     19  Samples subdirectory of the main CLP directory (<filename>COIN/Clp/Samples</filename>).
     20  The Samples illustrate how to use CLP and may also serve as useful starting points
     21  for user projects.  In the rare event that either this document or the available
     22  <link linkend="doxygen">Doxygen content</link> conflicts with the observed
     23  behavior of the source code, the comments in the header files, found in
     24  <filename>COIN/Clp/include</filename>, are the ultimate reference.
    2325  </para>
    2426  </section>
     
    2830  </title>
    2931  <para>
    30   CLP is written in C++, so it is expected that a user of CLP will be writing
    31   C++ programs which use CLP.  Thus a working knowledge of
     32  CLP is written in C++, so it is expected that users of CLP will be writing
     33  C++ programs which use CLP as a library.  Thus a working knowledge of
    3234  <ulink url="http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/">C++</ulink>, including basic
    3335  object-oriented programming terminology is assumed in this document.  In
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