[ADMB Users] Fwd: lgam in 10.0
mbrooks at ufl.edu
Sun May 15 13:56:29 PDT 2011
Those line numbers refer to lines of df13tester.cpp
On 15 May 2011, at 4:54 PM, Mollie Brooks wrote:
>> These steps (below, for Unix with g++) seem to have worked perfectly for the compile on my mac. The problem was that I got distracted during the verify and forgot step 6. Sorry for wasting your time.
>> There was no need to edit ./.bashrc and no need to restart the terminal before using it.
> After commenting out lines 309, 314, and 943 to 1050, I was able to compile the the code and attempted to run the model . However, it appears that the function isn't defined for my variable type
> *** Parsing: tpl2cpp firdbhfec
> *** Compiling: CXXFLAGS="-m64" adcomp firdbhfec
> g++ -c -O3 -Wno-deprecated -DOPT_LIB -D__GNUDOS__ -Dlinux -DUSE_LAPLACE -fpermissive -I. -I/usr/local/admb/include -m64 firdbhfec.cpp
> firdbhfec.cpp: In member function ‘virtual void model_parameters::userfunction()’:
> firdbhfec.cpp:35: error: cannot convert ‘prevariable’ to ‘double’ for argument ‘2’ to ‘double log_density_negbinomial(double, double, double)’
> Error: Failed to build executable.
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: Steve Martell <martell.steve at gmail.com>
>>> Date: 15 May, 2011 2:47:32 PM EDT
>>> To: Mollie Brooks <mbrooks at ufl.edu>
>>> Subject: Re: [ADMB Users] lgam in 10.0
>>> Hi Mollie,
>>> I compile and install the source code all the time using the following steps. Sounds to me like your missing step 6. I don't edit the .bashrc file. Mine has nothing in it.
>>> Installation from Source Code
>>> Below are procedures for installing ADMB from source code.
>>> Unix and GNU g++
>>> 1. Extract source distribution
>>> $ unzip admb-10.0.zip
>>> 2. Change to distribution directory
>>> $ cd admb-10.0
>>> 3. Configure the build files for 32-bit
>>> $ ./configure
>>> or configure the build files for 64-bit.
>>> $ ./configure BUILD_64BIT=yes
>>> 4. Build libraries
>>> $ make
>>> 5. [Optional] Test build by running examples
>>> $ make verify
>>> 6. Install libraries to default location /usr/local.
>>> $ make install
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