[ADMB Users] compiling a TPL file in a different directory?
sibert at hawaii.edu
Wed Feb 6 08:36:23 PST 2013
Hi Ben and list,
Thanks for pointing out missing bits of documentation. You're right
about waiting for code to write itself. Please feel free to contribute a
few pages to the manual.
Meanwhile, I'll look into building the manuals. (By the way, preliminary
manual development was done under Ubuntu 10.04.)
Emeritus Researcher, SOEST
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Honolulu HI (GMT-10)
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On 02/06/2013 06:03 AM, Ben Bolker wrote:
> On 13-02-06 10:46 AM, dave fournier wrote:
>> I don't think the code to do that has written itself yet.
>> Users mailing list
>> Users at admb-project.org
> OK, then, I was going to suggest a fix to the documentation (faster
> and easier than waiting for the code to write itself ...) ... but then I
> couldn't actually find the documentation for the basics of getting
> started *running* ADMB.
> I can find documentation for installing ADMB at
> I can find user manuals at
> http://www.admb-project.org/documentation/manuals/admb-user-manuals ,
> but after going through the ADMB user manual (relatively quickly, I
> admit) I can't find anywhere it actually tells me how to *run* an ADMB
> model -- it's all about writing the TPL file. The closest thing I can
> find is chapter 12, which is a list of command-line options. I can't
> find a "getting started" section anywhere ...
> By the way, I tried to compile the manual myself from the SVN: for
> future reference, I had to
> * 'make' in docs/manuals/admbmanual to create admbmanual.cls; copy it to
> * copy ADMB-logo.png from the manuals/share directory (there may be a
> better way to do this)
> Then it works, although it's using fonts that are a tiny bit ugly when
> compiled on my (Ubuntu 10.04) system.
> Should I write a couple of "getting started" pages for the manual?
> Or is there "getting started" material elsewhere that I've overlooked?
> Ben Bolker
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