[ADMB Users] Successful builds (as of 9rc3)
jnancheta at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 01:59:52 PST 2008
I have been meaning to thank you for help with reviewing and testing.
It was really helpful feedback.
I was wondering if you would be willingly to help more with ADMB
On Dec 2, 5:34 am, Arni Magnusson <arn... at hafro.is> wrote:
> The following table may save ADMB users and developers some time.
> Ignoring the featured/deprecated flag, it shows which releases work (for
> me) and where the others crash:
> win32 bcc55 9rc2 simple: You must define the function user_randeff ...
> win32 bcc55 9rc3 simple: You must define the function user_randeff ...
> win32 gcc34 9rc2 OK
> win32 gcc34 9rc3 OK
> win32 vc7 9rc3
> win32 vc8 9rc2
> linux32 gcc34 9rc2 OK
> linux32 gcc34 9rc3 OK
> linux32 gcc41 9rc3 tpl2cpp: cannot execute binary file
> linux64 gcc34 9rc2 OK
> linux64 gcc34 9rc3 g++: incompatible libdf1b2stub.a
> I've been able to compile simple.tpl (plain, not random effects) with
> bcc55 (9rc2 and 9rc3, after adding df1b2stub.lib to lnkadmb.bat), but
> the model doesn't run. I've not been able to compile a random-effects
> model with bcc55. The compiler works fine with other C++ projects.
> The linux32 gcc41 release can't even start tpl2cpp, but works fine on a
> 64 bit platform ... maybe the zip filename should have been *64*.
> The linux64 9rc3 release has an incompatible libdf1b2stub.a library, but
> works fine on a 32 bit platform ... maybe the zip filename should have
> been *32*.
> All gcc releases have broken mygcco scripts, where a comment needs to be
> removed, or moved outside of the g++ call. I recommend creating a
> separate script (e.g. mygccr) for random-effects models, where -ldf1b2o
> is used instead of -ldf1b2stub.
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