Changes between Version 43 and Version 44 of WikiStart


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Feb 18, 2011 1:25:54 PM (7 years ago)
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    3838  * {{{DyLP/src/Dylp}}} contains the main dylp code base;
    3939  * {{{DyLP/src/DylpStdLib}}} contains support libraries;
    40   * {{{DyLP/test}}} contains the DyLP unit test routines;
     40  * {{{DyLP/src/OsiDylp}}} contains dylp's OSI interface ;
     41  * {{{DyLP/test}}} contains the dylp and !OsiDylp unit test routines;
    4142  * {{{DyLP/examples}}} contains a pair of sample main programs and a handy shell script to run them; and
    4243  * {{{DyLP/doc}}} contains prebuilt documentation and LaTeX source for the documentation.
     
    106107=== Is there an OSI layer for dylp? ===
    107108Yes, !OsiDylp. 
    108 [http://projects.coin-or.org/Osi OSI], including the !OsiDylp interface layer (and many others) is included in the DyLP distribution (and, conversely, dylp and !OsiDylp are included in the OSI distribution). !OsiDylp adds significant additional functionality, including use of COIN i/o and presolve facilities, and management of multiple active solver objects. Documentation for OSI and !OsiDylp, generated using [http://www.doxygen.org doxygen], can be found [http://www.coin-or.org/Doxygen/Osi/hierarchy.html here].
     109[http://projects.coin-or.org/Osi OSI] is included as an external in the DyLP distribution. !OsiDylp adds significant additional functionality, including use of COIN i/o and presolve facilities, and management of multiple active solver objects.
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    110111=== What platforms does dylp run on? ===
    111112Most recently, dylp and !OsiDylp have been tested on:
    112  * SPARC/Solaris 10 using Sun/Studio 12 and Sun C/C++ 5.9
    113  * SuSE Linux 9.0 using GCC 4.1.1
    114  * Fedora 11 using GCC 4.4.1
    115  * Windows XP with Cygwin 1.5.20, GCC core 3.4.4-1, minGW core 20050522-1.
    116  * Windows XP with MSYS 1.0.10, cl V14.00
    117 dylp participates in the COIN [https://projects.coin-or.org/TestTools TestTools] project; check the [https://projects.coin-or.org/TestTools/wiki/NightlyBuildInAction nightly build in action] page for an (intermittently updated) list of platforms where COIN software is tested.
    118 Generally, dylp will run on earlier versions of the above platforms and compilers (there are issues with some versions of particular compilers). Dylp's full command parsing capabilities are not available in Windows environments but this is not required when dylp is used through the !OsiDylp interface.
     113 * Solaris 10 on SPARC and x86 using !Sun/Studio 12.1 and Sun C/C++ 5.10
     114 * Fedora 14 using GCC 4.5.1
     115 * Windows 7 with Visual Studio 2008 SP1
     116This list is not exhaustive. Dylp participates in the COIN [https://projects.coin-or.org/TestTools TestTools] project; check the [https://projects.coin-or.org/TestTools/wiki/NightlyBuildInAction nightly build in action] page for an (intermittently updated) list of platforms where COIN software is tested.
     117Generally, dylp will run on earlier versions of the above platforms and compilers (there are issues with some versions of particular compilers). The full command parsing capabilities of the dylp standalone executable are not available in Windows environments but this is not required when dylp is used through the !OsiDylp interface.
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    120 Sun/Solaris/Studio is the primary development environment. You should be able to use dylp in any environment capable of supporting COIN. If you have difficulty building or running dylp, please tell us. It's hard to fix bugs we don't know about.
     119!Sun/Solaris/Studio is the primary development environment. You should be able to use dylp in any environment capable of supporting COIN. If you have difficulty building or running dylp, please tell us. It's hard to fix bugs we don't know about.
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    122121=== What can the community do to help? ===