[ADMB Users] ADMB-IDE 10.1
fromdustreturned at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 09:35:20 PST 2012
Thanks, Arni - I'll try that when I head out to school next!
On Mar 8, 8:13 am, Arni Magnusson <arn... at hafro.is> wrote:
> Does this work on underprivileged Windows machines?
> 1. Downloadhttp://admb-project.googlecode.com/files/admb-ide-101-win32.ziporhttp://admb-project.googlecode.com/files/admb-ide-101-win64.zip
> 2. Unzip and copy the three directories (~, admb, gnu) to a thumb drive -
> on my machine the thumb drive is assigned the letter E
> 3. Copy e:/admb/admb101-gcc452-win32/examples/admb/simple to e:/simple
> 4. Open a shell and run
> set ADMB_HOME=e:/admb/admb101-gcc452-win32
> set HOME=e:/~
> 5. Navigate to e:/simple and type 'runemacs simple.tpl'
> 6. Click the 'Build' button, wait and then click 'Run'
> That's ADMB-IDE on a stick. The IDE installer also tells Windows explorer
> about useful file icons and to open ADMB-IDE related files in Emacs.
> On Thu, 8 Mar 2012, Arni Magnusson wrote:
> > You can actually run ADMB and all the IDE components from a thumb drive,
> > without writing anything to the hard drive, but you need to set the
> > environment variables (PATH, ADMB_HOME, and optionally HOME) one way or
> > another. This exercise might help the IT folks pinpoint the problem
> > they're running into. If ADMB-IDE can run from a thumb drive, it can run
> > from any drive.
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