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[Help-glpk] Re: GLPK MingW build files and PyGLPK

From: Luiz Bettoni
Subject: [Help-glpk] Re: GLPK MingW build files and PyGLPK
Date: Thu, 05 Nov 2009 17:57:13 -0200
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If you build only the glpsol executable, why not to use Cygwin?
It allows configuring and building the package in the standard way.
Is there anything specific in Gusek that requires Mingw?
Hi, Andrew.

Really, I'm using only glpsol executable from GLPK package. I've adopted MinGW because SciTE uses it, and if I (or someone) need to rebuild Gusek or GLPK it was
able to do it in the same way, with the same compiler.

I've never used Cygwin, but I can try, sure. By the way, use xypron pre-build files
can be more convenient - and "standardized", if I can say it in this way.

When I've started Gusek, I've found just some not-up-to-date glpk binaries on the web, and decided build it from myself. Today xypron make the bins quickly, just
after GLPK releases. Use these bins looks like a natural move.


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