[Developers] Link order of libraries
johnoel at hawaii.edu
Wed Apr 29 13:24:45 PDT 2009
The scripts have always need to be updated and use more
consistent file names. There is a issue created for this
Would you like to work on this issue together?
----- Original Message -----
From: Arni Magnusson <arnima at hafro.is>
Date: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 8:41 am
Subject: [Developers] Link order of libraries
To: developers at admb-project.org
> Great, Jason's trick solves my issue #1 from below. I have
> http://admb-project.org/community/builds (pending review) to
> reflect this.
> Does anyone know if this reverse order, ado32.lib adt32.lib
> df1b2o.lib, is in fact the best order for Borland?
> Likewise, does anyone know if the repeated library sequence -
> -ladmod -ladt -lado -ldf1b2stub -ladmod -ladt -lado is the best
> for GCC? [admb-9.0.202-linux64-gcc4.2.4/bin/mygcco]
> Is repeating necessary because the libraries are using functions
> from each
> other, both ways, as opposed to a specific library using
> functions from a
> more generic library?
> I would like to contribute an improved set of user scripts, but
> I don't
> know the details of the code well enough to figure out the best
> On Tue, 28 Apr 2009, Grear.Jason at epamail.epa.gov wrote:
> > I was having problems executing ADMB-RE examples using a
> > installation for the Borland compiler. The distribution comes
> with a
> > file called linkadmb-re.bat. The problem was solved by editing
> > file, reversing the order of libaries linked.
> > Jason Grear
> > US EPA
> > Narragansett, RI
> On Thu, 23 Apr 2009, Arni Magnusson wrote:
> > Congratulations with the new release, everyone! I think the
> > interval is just right. Here are four thoughts about the new
> > 1. I just uploaded an updated table of successful builds to
> > http://admb-project.org/community/builds. Besides the cat-and-
> dux story,
> > it highlights that the Borland release doesn't run random-
> > models, at least not for me.
> > 2. If we're on the same page
> > (http://code.google.com/p/admb-project/issues/list), issue 58
> > unnecessary once issue 59 has been fixed.
> > 3. It would be helpful if "mymodel -help" would report the
> > version and year, instead of all versions reporting 9.0.0 and
> 2008. The
> > fixed strings are currently defined in nh99/model7.cpp.
> > 4. Between revisions 158 and 204, the SVN tree has grown from
> 23 MB to
> > an enormous 203 MB. This takes a long time to transfer from
> Hawaii to
> > Iceland. The main culprit is the Windows tools
> (admb/trunk/tools) with
> > the GCC compiler at 114 MB and the GnuWin32 collection at 29
> MB. Should
> > we perhaps move them to a separate trunk so ADMB can be
> checked out
> > faster?
> > All the best,
> > Arni
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