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

From: D'Agostino, Larry - TX
Subject: RE: [Help-glpk] Re: GLPK MingW build files and PyGLPK
Date: Thu, 5 Nov 2009 13:08:52 -0600

MinGW is a fork of Cygwin so I'm guessing they both could be used to compile 

Yet there is some functionality not inherent in Cygwin.  I don't understand the 
difference but you may Luiz.


-----Original Message-----
From: help-glpk-bounces+larry.d'address@hidden 
[mailto:help-glpk-bounces+larry.d'address@hidden On Behalf Of Luiz Bettoni
Sent: Thursday, November 05, 2009 1:57 PM
To: Andrew Makhorin
Cc: help-glpk
Subject: [Help-glpk] Re: GLPK MingW build files and PyGLPK

> 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 
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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