Gusek was made like a fork of the SciTE editor dedicated to GLPK.
So, you can use SciTE native resources like:
A) Edit / include menus to run external tools /scripts
See gmpl.properties: Menu options -> open gmpl.properties
B) Use Lua Scripting
C) Directly run batch files
Open a batch file in Gusek then "run" it.
For example: you can run a custom batch file from Gusek,
calling glpsol.exe to solve your model, and then performing another
tasks, like this:
glpsol.exe --cuts -m
The batch output will be show in the Gusek output pane.
Tip: you can use GMPL to generate dynamic batch files too, echoing
commands like below, and call them from another batch file.
param myfile symbolic :=
printf "echo off\n" > myfile;
printf "echo Hello, there!\n" >> myfile;
printf "pause\n" >> myfile;
Wish this tips helps.
Yaron Kretchmer escreveu:
Here's a Gusek question for you: Can I specify a post-processing script
(like a shell script ) that will be run once Gusek is done solving?
Regards from California
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From: Yaron Kretchmer <address@hidden>
Date: Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 10:36 AM
Subject: Gusek question
I'd like to run a post-processing script (i.e. some shell script of
windows batch) after GLPK has been run, so as the results are better
formatted. Is there a hook in Gusek to do that?