[ADMB Users] user-contributed libraries

Arni Magnusson arnima at hafro.is
Tue Oct 14 15:19:04 PDT 2014

Hi Caro,

There is some garden work to do for the ADMB releases ... the newest 
ADMB-IDE is 10.1 and the newest ADMB for MinGW64 is also 10.1. To use ADMB 
11.1 with MinGW, you can download and install the components individually:


Once ADMB 11.1 is up and running, you can add the IDE components:


  ADMB_HOME should point to a directory like c:/admb/admb111-gcc472-win32
  HOME should point to a directory like c:/~
  PATH should include ADMB, GCC, and Emacs

  admb.el should be in %HOME%/emacs/lisp/admb
  .emacs should be in %HOME%

This is what I have on my old WinXP laptop and it runs smoothly with 
contributed libraries. Mainly a matter of unzipping and setting the 
environment variables. With the other hand on the fire extinguisher.


On Tue, 14 Oct 2014, Carolina Minte-Vera wrote:

> Dear Group and Dear Arni,
> I just installed the binary distribution admb-ide-101-win64.zip from 
> ADMB at Google Code<http://code.google.com/p/admb-project/downloads/>. I 
> want to use some user-contributed libraries in my code such as 
> qfc_est.cpp from
> http://admb-project.org/documentation/api/group__CONTRIB.html I could
> not find them in the admb-ide 10.1 I just installed.
> I would appreciate any hint on how to make them available for the ADMB 
> version I am using. Just manually copy them?
> Thank you!
> Carolina Minte-Vera

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