[ADMB Users] ADMB 64 MS visual 10 -- Building DLL issues
ian.taylor at noaa.gov
Tue Jan 17 10:17:04 PST 2012
I just copied Arni's email (pretty much verbatim) into a new FAQ item:
If anyone has a suggestion for a revision to that, or if it ceases to be
the current state of ADMB, please let me know.
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 4:32 PM, Arni Magnusson <arnima at hafro.is> wrote:
> Hi Naji,
> I believe the DLL compilation is broken on most platforms - but probably
> not all.
> Many years ago, Dave Fournier implemented fully working DLL compilation on
> all ADMB platforms (e.g. ADMB 5.0 in 2000). My understanding is that Dave
> did not continue to maintain this feature, because it took a lot of effort
> and it looked like few or no users were compiling ADMB DLLs.
> When I wrote the adcomp/adlink/admb scripts in 2009, I decided to provide
> the -d option, knowing that the feature was at least half-broken. The idea
> is to highlight a feature that can probably be resurrected - and of course
> to provide DLL compilation on the few platforms where it still works.
> The development team has only allocated limited efforts to examine the
> issue of DLL compilation, but encourages interested users to do so. Several
> discussions can be found on http://groups.google.com/**
> This should probably be an ADMB FAQ entry, and the DLL chapter in the
> manual could be updated...
> DLL compilation could definitely streamline the process of interfacing
> ADMB with other software, and might result in creative applications beyond
> our imagination.
> On Tue, 17 Jan 2012, Nassar wrote:
> Hi all
>> I have installed ADMB 10 (64bit) and compiling it with Microsoft Visual
>> Studio 10.0 (SDK 7.1 with .NET 4.0)
>> Thanks to Allan Hicks, compiling the programs and building executables is
>> perfectly running.
>> But I do have troubles building DLL, somebody overcame this issue?
>> Tpl2cpp -gaussdll simple
>> Adcomp64 -d simple
>> Those commands wen ok
>> Adlink64 -d simple
>> I had to interrupt this command avec several min without any answer
>> Advices & help are highly welcome
>> Best regards
> Users mailing list
> Users at admb-project.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Users