Changeset 84


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Timestamp:
Jul 29, 2008 4:51:31 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
bjarni
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  • trunk/INSTALL

    r65 r84  
    1313   "COIN-CoinMP", you type
    1414
    15    svn co https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/CoinMP/stable/1.0 Coin-CoinMP
     15   svn co https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/CoinMP/stable/1.1 Coin-CoinMP
    1616
    17 2. Download the tarball from http://www.coin-or.org/Tarballs/CoinMP and
     172. Download the tarball from http://www.coin-or.org/download/source/CoinMP
    1818   extract it, for example, with
    1919
    20    gunzip CoinMP_2006Jun07.tgz
    21    tar xvf CoinMP_2006Jun07.tar
     20   gunzip CoinMP-1.1.0.tgz
     21   tar xvf CoinMP-1.1.0.tar
    2222
    23    (Here "2006Jun07" is of course replaced by the string in the
    24    tarball you downloaded.)
     23   (Here "-1.1.0" is of course replaced by the actual release string
     24    in the tarball you downloaded.)
    2525
    2626   More detailed download instructions can be found at
     
    3535**********************************************************************
    3636
    37 To build the 'CoinMP.dll', open the workspace file 'CoinMP.dsw' and select
    38 'Build CoinMP.dll' from the 'Build' menu in Visual Studio 6.
    39 
    40 To build the 'CoinMP.dll', start MS Visual Studio 6.0, open
    41 the workspace file 'CoinMP.dsw' in the CoinMP\msvc6 folder
    42 and select 'Build CoinMP.dll' from the 'Build' menu.
     37To build the 'CoinMP.dll', start MS Visual Studio 2005 or 2008, open
     38the solution file 'CoinMP.sln' in the CoinMP\MSVisualStudio\v8 folder
     39and select 'Build Solution' from the 'Build' menu.
    4340
    4441
     
    116113
    117114
    118 
    119 =======
    120 Currently CoinMP.dll has only been tested to build with the
    121 MS Visual C++ 6.0 compiler.
    122 
    123115>>>>>>> .r50
  • trunk/LICENSE

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     1For CoinMP license information, please see the LICENSE file in the CoinMP
     2subdirectory. For licensing information for any other COIN-OR or third-party
     3source code that was automatically checked out with CoinMP, please see the
     4LICENSE file in the appropriate subdirectories.
  • trunk/README

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     1CoinMP README
     2=============
     3 
     4For the CoinMP README file, please see the file CoinMP/README. For the
     5README files of other COIN-OR projects included in this distribution,
     6please see the README files in their associated subdirectories.
     7   
     8Bjarni Kristjansson
    19
    2 CoinMP.dll is a Windows dynamic linked library (DLL) that supports most
    3 of the functionality of COIN-OR LP, COIN-OR Branch-and-Cut and Cut Generation
    4 Library projects.  This CoinMP.dll distribution of the COIN-OR projects for
    5 Windows has the advantages of being: high portability, does not require any
    6 compilation, easy to use, and can be used from any other Windows application. 
    710
    8 For information how to build CoinMP, see the INSTALL file.
    9 
    10 To use CoinMP in your own application, link in the CoinMP.lib file in the
    11 CoinMP\msvc6\Release folder and copy the CoinMP.dll file to the same directory
    12 as your application.  The header file CoinMP.h in the CoinMP\src folder contains
    13 the prototypes for all the functions in the DLL.
    14 
    15 The interface to this library designed to be as simple as possible, but still
    16 provide similar functionality as other solver DLL's availble.
    17 
    18 The CoinMP.dll file will work as is with the MPL for Windows Modeling System by
    19 Maximal Software.  Simply copy the DLL file into the Mplwin4 installation directory
    20 and restart MPL.
    21 
    22 Bjarni Kristjansson
    23 Maximal Software
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