ConfSolve: System Configuration Solver (My PhD Research)
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README.md

ConfSolve

v0.7 -- Autonomous configuration management via constraint programming. My PhD research -- very beta.

Requirements

Before running ConfSolve, you will need to install:

  • Make (Windows users: download)

  • OCaml binary distribution

  • Gecode 3.7.3 (or later). Mac users should download the .dmg. Windows users should download the installer. Linux users should build from source and run ldconfig afterwards. Windows only: After installing Gecode, open a command prompt and run fz -help. If you get an error message then you need to install the appropriate Visual C++ Runtime.

  • MiniZinc 1.5.1 (or later). Windows users should download and run the installer. Mac/Linux users should extract the .tar.gz to a permanent location such as /usr/local/bin and run ./SETUP, then add the MiniZinc bin directory to the PATH. The install works if mzn2fzn --version can be run. See my MiniZinc guide for more information.

Build from Source

cd confsolve
./build

Usage

Use the solve script to run the complete ConfSolve toolchain:

./solve filename.csm

Alternatively, run each stage yourself using these instructions on the wiki.

License

Apache License, Version 2.0

Acknowledgements

This work was funded by Microsoft Research through their European PhD Scholarship Programme.