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LAZYLPSOLVERLIBS README ======================= OVERVIEW ======== lazylpsolverlibs provides libraries that can replace at link time those of commercial lp solvers, and that act as runtime as these libraries (if they can be found on the system). It has been designed to make the packagers life easier. PROJECT PAGE ============ lazylpsolverlibs is hosted at https://code.google.com/p/lazylpsolverlibs/ DEPENDENCIES ============ - glib-2.0 INSTALLATION ============ ./configure make make install BUILDING THE WINDOWS VERSION ============================ You need mingw32. Install it, then find out the path of the compiler, and modify share/package.sh according to your needs INSTALLING THE WINDOWS VERSION ============================== For example, to test with glpk: - Install glpk from http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/glpk.htm (using the setup link, "Complete package, except sources") It will normally install itself to Program Files\GnuWin32 - You also need gmodule-2.0 (in glib). The easiest way to get it is to download the all-in-one bundle on http://www.gtk.org/download/win32.php Extract it to C:\Program Files\GnuWin32 - Now install lazylpsolverlibs through the setup file, and try to run lazyglpk-config.exe: It should tell you that it succesfully solved a problem. TESTING ======= You must have the related solver. Run: lazycplex-config lazyglpk-config lazygurobi-config lazyxprs-config USING ===== Instead of linking to cplex/xpress/gurobi/glpk, link to the related lazylpsolverlib library. You now have a program that is not linked to cplex/xpress/gurobi/glpk. You may distribute this program easily, and a new user will be able to use it without recompiling, just by setting a symlink or an environment variable. BUGS ==== Report them to <email@example.com>