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Re: [Help-glpk] glpk lab for windows released

From: Pietro Scionti
Subject: Re: [Help-glpk] glpk lab for windows released
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 00:51:57 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you Andrew, Luiz & Xypron for all your work, but I'm not sure what
*exactly* this new tool's usefulness. Is it just a merge of win32-compiled
source code + gusek + java binding coming in a handy one-file installation
package? (and would this mean the development of gusek will be discontinued
from now on?)
Or does it allow to me to edit the glpk source code in an environment other
than visual studio?


Andrew Makhorin wrote:
> We are pleased to announce the very first release of GLPK Lab for
> Windows.
> GLPK Lab is a set of software tools and libraries based on the GLPK
> (GNU Linear Programming Kit) package and intended for solving
> large-scale linear programming (LP), mixed integer programming (MIP),
> and other related problems.
> Currently GLPK Lab includes the following main components:
> *  GLPK Lab Editor, which is the SciTE editor adapted to be used along
>    with GLPK Lab (based on the Gusek project)
> *  Stand-alone GLPK LP/MIP solver
> *  GLPK API library compiled with Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 and
>    intended for developing GLPK-based applications in C or C++
> *  Java binding to GLPK API library (from GLPK-Java) intended for
>    developing GLPK-based applications in Java
> GLPK Lab is free, public-domain software hosted on SourceForge. Its
> webpage is here: <>. (Please note that
> GLPK Lab is *not* a GNU package.)
> Happy Modeling,
> The GLPK Lab Development Team
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