[ADMB Users] A link process kept failing, but after restarting the PC, it worked
shyunuw at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 13:32:35 PDT 2012
Thank you for your response. As requested, I omit ".TPL" when doing
compile and link. But the problem still pops out: i.e., it
can be successful or fail inconsistently.
Your guess is correct. I don't compile and link *within* the IDE although
I installed ADMB using the IDE. I type those commands in the Command
Prompt Window. I wonder about whether the newest version (11) would be
stable regarding the matter.
Again thank you very much. Cheers,
On Friday, June 29, 2012 3:53:23 PM UTC-4, Ian Taylor wrote:
> [note: I'm resending this email after help from Johnoel getting
> permissions with admb-users which bounced the first version]
> Hi Saang-Yoon,
> This might be a long shot, but from your earlier email, it looks like the
> command you're using is
> > admb I1PT52yr2009.tpl
> I think a more typical command would be to leave of the TPL and not
> specify the exe file. Thus,
> > admb I1PT52yr2009
> should produce the I1PT52yr2009.exe file automatically.
> Also, you mention using the ADMB-IDE, but you don't say whether you're
> doing the compiling within the IDE by using the ADMB pulldown menu to
> "build", or whether you're typing these commands in the command line.
> Either way, you might try doing the other option just to see if that helps
> sort things out.
> On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 8:14 AM, Saang-Yoon <shyunuw at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I posted this inquiry under the subject, "compile-link process is
>> inconsistent (successful and failed)". In the post, my descript seemed to
>> be unclear; no one responded.
>> I use ADMB-IDE and Crimson editor for ADMB coding. In a compile-link
>> process, often (esp. when I expedite the process), I failed although there
>> is no error in ADMB codes. Interestingly when I slowed down (I do so
>> after a few moments say 30 seconds) or after restarting the PC, the link
>> process was successful, producing its executable file.
>> I wonder about which version and type would be best for Window 7.
>> Users mailing list
>> Users at admb-project.org
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