[ADMB Users] [Developers] Help test admb-11.2

Johnoel Ancheta johnoel at hawaii.edu
Mon Dec 15 11:57:47 PST 2014

Hi Cole,

The main core objective is getting more users developing and running models
with ADMB.
Building models (especially different types) will help improve the software
by tracking down
issues and defects.  The more users that are building with ADMB will take
care of the need
to test for arch/os/compiler combinations.

Below is a check list for user testing.

[ ] Can you successfully install using the installation procedures
[ ] Can you successfully build models?
[ ] Can you run the built models?
[ ] Are the output file results (ie, .par, .std...) similar to previous
[ ] Are the runtime speed about the same as previous versions?
[ ] Are the manuals and Readmes <http://ftp.admb-project.org/admb-11.2pre/>
up to date?

Thanks for assisting.  Let know know if you need more access to the


On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 3:15 PM, Cole Monnahan <monnahc at uw.edu> wrote:
> Hi Johnoel, I'm not a real developer but could help out. Do you mostly
> want people with different machines/compilers to make sure ADMB builds, or
> is it more that our own models still compile and run without change? I
> guess I'm not sure what's the most useful on my end. Thanks, Cole
> On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 4:18 PM, Johnoel Ancheta <johnoel at hawaii.edu>
> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I need to get some feedback.  Can someone test out the
>> prerelease?
>> http://www.admb-project.org/downloads/admb-11.2pre
>> If there is no issues, the admb-11.2 will release next week.
>> Johnoel
>> _______________________________________________
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