[ADMB Users] when translating tpl2cpp: command not found
ian.taylor at noaa.gov
Fri Jun 8 12:17:52 PDT 2012
I'm not very familiar with ADMB on the Mac. With my installation, the
tpl2cpp command doesn't work, but the admb command does (including
successfully calling tpl2cpp). Presumably a Mac user could help us
For the record, here's how I got ADMB-Mode to work on a Mac just now, with
a different installation process and I think a different version of Emacs.
This is my memory of my process (where steps 1-2 took place a while ago and
may not be remembered correctly)
1. install ADMB following instructions here:
2. install Aquamacs from http://aquamacs.org/download.shtml
3. download core-aqua.zip (.emacs-aqua) from
http://www.admb-project.org/tools/admb-ide and copy the file inside to
4. download the admb-ide-101-win32.zip and copy the emacs folder to ~/emacs
5. open ~/admb/simple/simple.tpl within Aquamacs and the "build" option in
the ADMB menu worked fine, but "translate" did not.
On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 6:22 AM, Kevin Byron <kwbyron at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to get emacs ADMB-Mode to work on my Mac (snow leopard). It
> took some work, but I got emacs to open in ADMB mode, but now when I
> translate the simple example, I get:
> /bin/bash: tpl2cpp: command not found
> ADMB works in terminal, and I can run the simple example. The issue only
> arises with Emacs. I have x-code, GCC, and GDP. Although, GCC and GDP are
> older versions then what the manual links too. When I did the install of
> emacs, I ended up doing while in the downloads folder and then later moved
> it to my root directory... I'm wondering if this is the issue???
> Since admb worked in terminal, I have the .cpp and executable in the
> simple folder, so I tried to compile as well and got:
> /bin/bash: adcomp: command not found
> I can run the example though.
> HELP!!! If I can get this to work, I only have to take one laptop to the
> conference next week. : )
> thank you!
> Kevin Byron
> Here is what I did to install Emacs:
> cd Downloads/emacs-23.4/
> *** We got an error suggesting to configure with options ***
> ./configure --with-ns --with-jpeg=no --with-png=no --with-gif=no
> make bootstrap
> make install
> cp -r Emacs.app /Applications/Emacs.app
> mv core-aqua/.emacs ~/.emacs
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