Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of WikiStart


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Sep 14, 2005 4:34:59 PM (15 years ago)
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andreasw
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    2424Ipopt is written in C++ and is released as open source code under the [http://www.opensource.org/licenses/cpl.php Common Public License (CPL)].  It is available from the [http://www.coin-or.org/ COIN-OR initiative].  The code has been written by Carl Laird (Carnegie Mellon University) and [http://www.research.ibm.com/people/a/andreasw/ Andreas Wächter], who is the COIN project leader for Ipopt.
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    26 You can obtain the Ipopt code either via subversion or in form of nightly generated tarballs.  ''[NOTE: The scripts for the automatic generation of the tarballs is not yet set up - until then, please obtain the tarball from the attachment to this page; see below.]'' Individual files can also be obtained from the svn web interface (see the "Browse Ticket" button above).  The Ipopt distribution can be used to generate a library that can be linked to one's own C++, C, or Fortran code, as well as a solver executable for the [http://www.ampl.com AMPL] modeling environment.  It also includes an interface to [http://cuter.rl.ac.uk/cuter-www/ CUTEr]. IPOPT can be used on Linux/UNIX platforms and Windows.  A Matlab interface is currently being developed (monitor [http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/steinhau/Research/mex-interfaces.html this]).
     26You can obtain the Ipopt code either via subversion or in form of nightly generated tarballs.  If you want to use subversion (recommended, because it makes it easier for you to obtain updates), please refer to the documentation.  To get the tarball, go to the COIN [http://www.coin-or.org/Tarballs/ tarball directory], and look for a file like ipopt-3.x.x.tar.gz at the lower part of the list (note that the Ipopt_2005xxx.tgz files are for the old Fortran version!).
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     28Individual files can also be obtained from the svn web interface (see the "Browse Source" button above).  The Ipopt distribution can be used to generate a library that can be linked to one's own C++, C, or Fortran code, as well as a solver executable for the [http://www.ampl.com AMPL] modeling environment.  It also includes an interface to [http://cuter.rl.ac.uk/cuter-www/ CUTEr]. IPOPT can be used on Linux/UNIX platforms and Windows.  A Matlab interface is currently being developed (monitor [http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/steinhau/Research/mex-interfaces.html this]).
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    2830As open source software, the source code for Ipopt is provided without charge.  You are free to use it, also for commercial purposes.  You are also free to modify the source code (with the restriction that you need to make your changes public if you decide to distribute your version in any way, e.g. as an executable); for details see the CPL license.  And we are certainly very keen on feedback from users, including contributions!