Re: [eclipse-users] NEWBIE: Eplex installation question

From: brammert <bottens_at_...6...>
Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 15:34:31 +0100
Hi,

thanks for the response. The fact that the solver is included in the 
eplex package explains everything. What I meant with "same answer" is 
just that in solving a problem that used the eplex functionality, it did 
not seem to matter whether I installed Coin or not. But you're answer 
explains that.

On another note, I am also trying to install eclipse on my macbook using 
the mac binaries from sourceforge. The installation itslef runs 
smoothly, but as soon as I try to load the eplex library in this 
distribution it gives the following error

[eclipse 1]: lib(eplex).
linearize.eco loaded traceable 0 bytes in 0.02 seconds
notify_ports.eco loaded traceable 0 bytes in 0.01 seconds
hash.eco   loaded traceable 0 bytes in 0.03 seconds
constraint_pools.eco loaded traceable 0 bytes in 0.01 seconds
loading OSI clpcbc ... dlcompat: Can not open 
"/Users/brammert/Eclipse/lib/ppc_macosx/seosiclpcbc.dylib"
shared library not found in load("ppc_macosx/seosiclpcbc.dylib")
undefined instruction in 'Emulate'

*** compilation aborted
        before line 1 in the file 
/Users/brammert/Eclipse/lib/eplex_standalone.eco

*** compilation aborted
        before line 1 in the file /Users/brammert/Eclipse/lib/eplex.eco
Abort

Do you have any idea what the reason for this is? I have already set the 
DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH, so that should not be a problem.

Brammert

Kish Shen schreef:
> Hi,
>
> brammert wrote:
>> I just installed a COIN solver to be used with the EPLEX libraries. 
>> But how can I check if it actually works. Whether Coin is in stalled 
>> or not, running any example from the tutorial gives the same answer.
>>
>> Should I tell EPLEX where to actually find the solver (and if yes how 
>> should I tell it), or should it find the solver itself?
>>
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> You don't need to install any COIN solvers to use the eplex interface, 
> as they are included in the eplex package for the COIN/OSI that you 
> should have downloaded (and if you are using Windows, this should be 
> included in the installer that you run)
>
> If you have only download the eplex solver using COIN, you should not 
> need to do anything else to use it. What messages do you get when you 
> load eplex with the query lib(eplex)?
>
> Can you explain what is this `same answer' you get when you try the 
> examples? If the solver is not correctly loaded, you should not get 
> any answers at all.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Kish Shen
>
Received on Tue Jan 23 2007 - 14:34:46 CET

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