[ADMB Users] compiling a TPL file in a different directory?
bbolker at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 13:06:56 PST 2013
On 13-02-06 11:36 AM, John Sibert wrote:
> 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.)
In case I do get around to this: can somebody point me to "getting
started" information that already exists that I would be allowed to
parasitize? (Dave's fix improves the specific points, but I still think
there's room for a short section that points out how you actually run
models once you have successfully installed ADMB following the
> John Sibert
> Emeritus Researcher, SOEST
> University of Hawaii at Manoa
> Honolulu HI (GMT-10)
> Visit the ADMB project http://admb-project.org/
> 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
>> Users mailing list
>> Users at admb-project.org
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