Re: [eclipse-clp-users] ECLiPSe 6.0#197 with COIN on OS X 10.8

From: David Dreisigmeyer <dwdreisigmeyer_at_...6...>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2012 09:45:22 -0400
Thanks Kish that did work.  The following needs to be changed from

-mmacosx-version-min=10.4

to

-mmacosx-version-min=10.7

for OS X 10.8 (likely in configure).

Where is your method documented?  I hadn't seen it in the SetupGuide.
Also, what else will this method work with or is it specific to
icparc_solvers?

Thanks again, this really helped.

-Dave

On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 2:55 PM, Kish Shen <kisshen@...5...> wrote:

> Hello David,
>
>
> On 22/10/2012 14:26, David Dreisigmeyer wrote:
>
>> I've managed to get ECLiPSe to compile on OS X 10.8.  I have coin 1.3.1
>> from here:
>>
>> http://www.coin-or.org/**download/binary/CoinAll/<http://www.coin-or.org/download/binary/CoinAll/>
>>
>> installed in thirdparty/coin1.3/x86_64_**macosx.  It seems to be detected
>> fine when I run:
>>
>> ./configure --prefix=/some/prefix --with-osi=1.3
>>
>>
> If you want to compile ECLiPSe with COIN solvers, you should read the
> SetUpGuide, as that goes into some detail about how to do this.
>
> The other problem is that --prefix is not fully supported by the configure
> of ECLiPSe. '--prefix' is normally used to specify where the binaries
> should go, and for ECLiPSe, this should be done via the RUNME script after
> you have compiled ECLiPSe.
>
> About your specific problem: you did not specify a correct solver in
> '--with-osi' option. OSI is an (C++) interface to various MP solvers, the
> aim is to provide a common (C++) API to different solvers, so it is not a
> solver itself. So the 'version' of with-osi is actually the solver(s) you
> want to use, and not the COIN version number.
>
> (You can check this with configure --help, both the usage of --prefix and
> --with-osi is described there)
>
> The eplex library (the ECLiPSe interface to MP solvers) can be compiled
> 'out of the box' with several solvers using OSI, but the one I would
> recommend is for CLP/CBC solvers, as these solvers seem to give the best
> overall performance (for the free solvers), and there is a significant
> amount of code in eplex specific to these solvers. You should put the
> CLP/CBC solver binaries (not the binaries for the whole of COIN) into
>
> thirdparty/coinclpcbc/x86_64_**macosx
>
> You don't need to specify '--with-osi' explicitly in configure, as this is
> the default, but if you want to do so, it should be
> '--with-osi=clpcbc'
>
> In fact you don't even need to download CLP/CBC yourself, as there are
> Makefile rules to build the CLP/CBC solvers. To use these,
>
> First, configure ECLiPSe as usual
>
> (and if you don't already have the CLP/CBC solvers, the configure script
> will not find them, this is fine)
>
> Next, go into the icparc_solvers directory (if you are using ECLiPSe 6.0),
> and issue the following Make command:
>
> make -f Makefile.x86_64_macosx install_cbc
>
> this will download and build CLP/CBC for you (you need to have svn on your
> machine as this is used to do the download).
>
> after this, you can configure (at the top-level) again, and this time the
> CBC/CLP solvers should be detected, and will be built when you do make from
> the top-level.
>
> (just one note of caution: I have not used OS X 10.8, so I can't be sure
> if CBC/CLP will compile out-of-the-box. I know it does compile on 10.6)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Kish
>
>


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