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Mistral is an open source constraint programming library written in C++. It implements a modelling API, however, it can also read instance files in XCSP3 or FlatZinc format. It is also fully interfaced with Numberjack (https://github.com/eomahony/Numberjack) which provides a Python API for modelling and solving combinatorial optimization problems using several back-end solvers. A number of examples are available in the examples/src folder. To get started, you can have a look at the /examples/src/simple_linear_constraints.cpp file. It provides an simple problem defined by a set of linear constraints. To compile it, use the following command: $make simple_linear_constraints This generated the binary bin/simple_linear_constraints The minizinc interface is available in the fz/folder. The fz/README file contains information regarding compilation and execution. Compilation note: */ The solver requires the boost library. Get the latest version here https://www.boost.org and update the Makefile accordingly.