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stumitchell committed Dec 25, 2015
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@@ -1,6 +1,8 @@
# PuLP, Copyright J.S. Roy (js@jeannot.org), 2002-2005
# Copyright S.A.Mitchell (s.mitchell@auckland.ac.nz), 2007-
# See the LICENSE file for copyright information.
1.6.1, 2015-12-25
Fix for dummy variables
1.5.4, 2013-03-18
Added cbc support for osx (hopefully)
1.4.9, 2011-03-30
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ The easiest way to install pulp is via [PyPi](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PuLP)
If pip is available on your system

$pip install pulp

Otherwise follow the download instructions on the PyPi page
On Linux and OSX systems the tests must be run to make the default
solver executable.
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ Use LpProblem() to create new problems. Create "myProblem"
>>> prob = LpProblem("myProblem", LpMinimize)
Combine variables to create expressions and constraints and add them to the
problem.
problem.

>>> prob += x + y <= 2
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ become the objective.
To solve with the default included solver

>>> status = prob.solve()
To use another sovler to solve the problem.

>>> status = prob.solve(GLPK(msg = 0))
@@ -74,18 +74,18 @@ Exported Classes:

* LpProblem -- Container class for a Linear programming problem
* LpVariable -- Variables that are added to constraints in the LP
* LpConstraint -- A constraint of the general form
* LpConstraint -- A constraint of the general form

a1x1+a2x2 ...anxn (<=, =, >=) b
a1x1+a2x2 ...anxn (<=, =, >=) b

* LpConstraintVar -- Used to construct a column of the model in column-wise modelling

Exported Functions:

* value() -- Finds the value of a variable or expression
* lpSum() -- given a list of the form [a1*x1, a2x2, ..., anxn] will construct
* lpSum() -- given a list of the form [a1*x1, a2x2, ..., anxn] will construct
a linear expression to be used as a constraint or variable
* lpDot() --given two lists of the form [a1, a2, ..., an] and
* lpDot() --given two lists of the form [a1, a2, ..., an] and
[ x1, x2, ..., xn] will construct a linear epression to be used
as a constraint or variable

@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
This file contains the constant definitions for PuLP
Note that hopefully these will be changed into something more pythonic
"""
VERSION = '1.6.0'
VERSION = '1.6.1'
EPS = 1e-7

# variable categories

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