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

From: lulis · o? expedicao
Subject: Re: Re: [Help-glpk] glpk lab for windows released
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 22:24:17 +0400

Hi, All!

> > (and would this mean the development of gusek will be discontinued
> > from now on?)
>  Gusek is a separate package. I think that Luiz could answer this
>  question.

Gusek still alive.
I'm not updating the scite version, but I'll maintain new releases with 
GLPK updated.
In future thy may come a bit different (keep reading =)

> > Or does it allow to me to edit the glpk source code in an
> > environment other than visual studio?
>  We decided not to develop the glpk lab editor as a general-purpose
>  ide, i.e. it is intended mainly for editing and running models
>  written in mathprog. However, you can use it in any way you want,
>  because it is a slightly modified version of scite, a general-purpose
>  text editor.

In other hand, Gusek will converge to be a "SciTE" plugin (maybe we can 
adopt other editor, I'm testing Geany), providing a lot of "GLPK" 
functionalities inside a more complete IDE. Then you can devel your 
Java, C++, Pyton, Ruby (or any other language supported in the base 
editor) in the same ambient, if you need. Gusek philosophy is also a bit 
different in other points, being a portable app and requiring less 
command-prompt interactions (and a bit of patches too =). GLPK Lab will 
be more complete / dynamic in other ways - it was born including java 
binding to GLPK API, for example, and using the latest SciTE release as 
base. In the future the two projects can be just one, we need wait (and 
receive feedbacks from both projects) to see =)


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